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Life in Deep Earth Totals 15 to 23 Billion Tonnes of Carbon—Hundreds of Times More than Humans

Barely living “zombie” bacteria and other forms of life constitute an immense amount of carbon deep within Earth’s subsurface—245 to 385 times greater than the carbon mass of all humans on the surface, according to scientists nearing the end of a 10-year international collaboration to reveal Earth’s innermost secrets.

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The elusive electric dipole moment

Precise measurements of the electron dipole moment (EDM) may help solve unanswered questions about our universe.

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Quantum physics working at macroscopic scale

Quantum physics is the general term for a set of physical approaches born in the 20th century which, like the theory of relativity, marks a break with what is now called classical physics. Thus, the so-called “quantum theory” describes the often non-intuitive behaviors of atoms, photons and other particles – something that classical physics could not do.

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A nanophotonic structure used to entangle photosynthetic bacteria

Researchers from the University of Oxford have surprised the scientific community with the announcement of successful entanglement of entire bacteria organisms with photons.

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The force of the Vacuum

One of the most common physical manifestations of the vacuums’ force is the Casimir effect, which was first predicted by the Dutch physicist Hendrik Casimir in 1948.

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Unusual Seismic Phenomenon heard around the World

A “Mystery Signal” puzzles seismologists, as it was unprecedented in the records.

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An approach to manipulate small objects with light

Suspected from the outset Kepler’s observations of comet tails, the fact that light exerts forces on matter, and therefore on objects is now well established. Thanks to the work of Arthur Ashkin among many others, optical traps are now a reality. Using laser beams optical levitation of microspheres is used nowadays in many applications from stretching DNA to nanotechnology, spectroscopy, stochastic thermodynamics and critical Casimir forces.

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First Virtual Reality Simulation of a Supermassive Black Hole

Virtual reality simulation of Sagittarius A* has been achieved by a group of scientists at Radbound University and collaborators from the Institute of theoretical Physics.

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Music for the Heart

A recent publication indicates Yoga-Music at bedtime enhances the hearts variability in beat to beat distances.

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From the Planck constant to the kilogram

The year 2018 is historic for the world of measurement. It will mark the redefinition of the International System (SI), and more particularly of four of its units: the kilogram, the ampere, the kelvin and the mole.

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Leonids annual show

The Leonid meteor shower will be peaking this weekend.

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Electromics – The Double-Aspect of Life

Biologist Dr. Daniel Fels recently published an essay in Biology on the interaction of matter and the so-called bioelectricity as a functional unity for regulation of living cells.

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A virtual telescope the size of the Earth!

Since April 2017 the EHT team have been collecting data on Sagittarius A* and comparing it to models of what GRT predicts the black hole to look like.

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Do galactic haloes have a constant density?

Galactic halos – comprising of the theorized dark matter halo– show an interesting characteristic in the constant nature of their volume density.

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