Unified Science in Resonance with Nature
Black holes described as gravitational atom
In a paper released by the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics and Stanford University, researchers describe how astronomical black holes may bind surrounding particles to form a gravitational atom analogous to hydrogen, with the black hole acting as the nucleus and the surrounding particles forming a state similar to the electron cloud.
Graphene oxide supercapacitor commercial prototype targeted within 2 years
Isotopes of carbon, such as graphene and related structures like carbon nanotubes, offer remarkable characteristics not found in other substances. A new report details the projected release of a graphene oxide supercapacitor, which could be a technological revolution for energy storage and transmission.
Pseudoscience vs. Novel Theories: a critical examination of quantized inertia
In a recent news post, we discussed the association of the vacuum with a friction or inertial force experienced by accelerating objects. A recent discussion examines this idea in light of a novel theory about the origin of inertia.
New method uses heat flow to levitate a variety of objects
“Magnetic levitation only works on magnetic particles, and optical levitation only works on objects that can be polarized by light, but with our first-of-its-kind method, we demonstrate a method to levitate generic objects,” said Chin.
How disturbances interact with a dynamic space-time fabric: ‘Field patterns’ as a new mathematical object
Field patterns are characteristic patterns of how disturbances react to changing conditions. Because field patterns exhibit characteristics of both propagating waves and localized particles, field pattern theory may answer some of the questions posed by quantum mechanics
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