“The Unknown Question” –The End of Spacetime

Wormhole in Spacetime

 

Theoretical physicist Nima Arkani-Hamed, a professor at the Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) in Princeton, N.J., takes us past the edge, beyond Einstein, beyond space-time and quantum mechanics and the tropes of 20th-century physics, to a spectacular new vision of the cosmos. (more…)

Secret of Dark Matter –“Enormous Beacon and Planet-Sized Particles” 

SGR A*

 

 

“We tend to think about particles as being tiny but, theoretically, there is no reason they can’t be as big as a galaxy,” says Asimina Arvanitaki, The Aristarchus chair in theoretical physics at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo, Canada about solving the mystery of dark matter.

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“Antarctic Enigma!” Unknown Particles Beaming Into Space (“2018 Most Viewed”)

Antartica Coast

 

Neutrinos? Dark matter? A new, unknown form of matter? In October, we reported that strange events in Antarctica may be explained by supersymmetry physics according to the Penn State team that detected the mystery particle shooting into space from deep beneath the ancient South Polar ice cap.

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