How to Think Like a Nobel Prize Winner –Interviews With Nine Nobel-Laureate Physicists

 

Physics Equations

 

The following is an excerpt from Think Like a Nobel Prize Winner, Brian Keating’s newest book based on his interviews with nine Nobel Prize winning physicists. Keating, a frequent contributor to The Daily Galaxy, is a Distinguished Professor of Physics at the Center for Astrophysics & Space Sciences in the Department of Physics at University of California, San Diego.

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Silicon Valley’s Wild Bet on Living Forever to Continents of Earth’s Underworld –Planet Earth Report

Earth from Space

 

“Planet Earth Report” provides descriptive links to headline news by leading science journalists about the extraordinary discoveries, technology, people, and events changing our knowledge of Planet Earth and the future of the human species.

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“Powerful Hints” –Quantum Beginning of Spacetime

Big Bang Image

 

“We didn’t have birds in the very early universe; we have birds later on. We didn’t have time in the early universe, but we have time later on,” said Stephen Hawking’s colleague, physicist James Hartle, at the University of California, Santa Barbara about what came before the Big Bang.

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“Extremely Extreme Life” –Neutron Star, Pulsar and Black-Hole Planets

Neutron Star

 

“Perhaps the most likely scenario for ‘life’ near a neutron star or black hole involves colonization … by robotic missions from a civilization around another nearby star,” astronomer James Cordes at Cornell University, told The Daily Galaxy. Cordes’ research focus includes neutron stars, pulsars, and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence. “Such a mission,” he notes, “would be very costly and might not be warranted given the power of remote sensing.  However, an ancient but advanced civilization might afford such a luxury.” 

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China Building a Miles-Long Spacecraft to How Big is the Quantum World –The Galaxy Report

The Galaxy Report

 

 

Another amazing week in our Universe beyond –from a new type of habitable planet to China’s plan for a spacecraft 30 times the size of the ISS to the new reality of UFOs and the detection of gravitational waves that could be from dark matter particles.

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Strange Stars at Milky Way’s Supermassive Black Hole

 

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“We have been waiting 16 years for this,” said Devin Chu with UCLA’s Galactic Center Group in 2018. “We are anxious to see how the star will behave under the black hole’s violent pull. Will S0-2 follow Einstein’s theory or will the star defy our current laws of physics? We will soon find out!”

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