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New Research Shows That Time Travel Is Mathematically Possible

Physicists have developed a new mathematical model that shows how time travel is theoretically possible. They used Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity as a springboard for their hypothetical device, which they call a Traversable Acausal Retrograde Domain in Space-time (TARDIS).

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Is an anomaly in the CMB radiation from interaction with another universe outside our own?

Multiverse Theory states that there may be multiple or an even infinite number of Universes that exist parallel to our own. Between these Universes exists the entirety of existence and all cosmological phenomena – i.e. space, time, matter, energy, and all of the physical laws that bind them. Whereas it is often treated as a philosophical concept, the theory arose in part from the study of cosmological forces, like black holes and problems arising from the Big Bang Theory. In addition, variations on multiverse theory have been suggested as potential resolutions to theories that go beyond the Standard Model of particle physics – such as String Theory and M-theory.

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Decoding Göbekli Tepe with archaeoastronomy: What does the Fox say?

Much of the symbolism of Göbekli Tepe has been interpreted in terms of astronomical events. By matching low-relief carvings on some of the pillars at Göbekli Tepe to star asterisms there is found compelling evidence that
the famous ‘Vulture Stone’ is a date stamp for 10950 BC, which corresponds to an abrupt climatic change possibly caused by a comet impact.

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The first Americans: new archaeological findings are a paradigm shift

High-tech dating of mastodon remains found in southern California has shattered the timeline of human migration to America, pushing the presence of hominins back to 130,000 years ago rather than just 15,000 years, researchers said Wednesday.

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Cassini, Voyager Missions Suggest New Picture of Sun’s Interaction with Galaxy

Science text books tell us that the heliosphere surrounding our solar system extends from the Sun encompassing the Earth, and our fellow planets, with a comet like tail. However, this is only one of two theories – and it now seems like the other theory was correct all along!

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Physicists demonstrate violation of local causality in a quantum network

For the first time, physicists have experimentally demonstrated the violation of “bilocal causality”—a concept that is related to the more standard local causality, except that it accounts for the precise way in which physical systems are initially generated. The results show that it’s possible to violate local causality in an entirely new and more general way, which could lead to a potential new resource for quantum technologies.

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Finding the Milky Way’s Hydrogen Halo

The mass of a galaxy is made up of both baryonic matter and dark matter. Based on the current understanding of dark matter, from cosmic microwave background data, scientists have a good idea of how much dark matter should make up a galactic mass.

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Evidence for higher state of consciousness found in new research

Magnetoencephalographic signal diversity shows brain in higher state of consciousness when under the influence of psychoactive compounds. Empirically, measures of neural signal diversity score higher for wakeful rest that for states with lower conscious level like anesthesia.

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New methods for investigating nonlocality in many-body systems

Nonlocality is a property observed in quantum entangled systems and is largely regarded as having no classical explanation. Nonlocality is a phenomena whereby entangled systems appear to be connected regardless of spatial or temporal separation, even beyond what is normally confined by the speed of light and causal order.

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These are the Strangest Oceans in our Galaxy

An ocean doesn’t have to be water – in fact it doesn’t even have to be liquid – in the normal sense.

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NASA unveils further potential for life on Enceladus

Ocean worlds are all around us. This compelling and awe-inspiring knowledge comes to us from the dedicated research, like NASA’s outer-planet probe missions, from investigators who intrepidly explore the myriad worlds of our solar system and beyond.

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Researchers capture first ‘image’ of a dark matter web that connects galaxies

Researchers at the University of Waterloo have been able to capture the first composite image of a dark matter bridge that connects galaxies together. The scientists publish their work in a new paper in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society.

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Astronomers piece together first image of black hole

After training a network of telescopes stretching from Hawaii to Antarctica to Spain at the heart of our galaxy for five nights running, astronomers said Wednesday they may have snapped the first-ever picture of a black hole.

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“Negative mass” created at Washington State University

Washington State University physicists have created a fluid with negative mass, which is exactly what it sounds like. Push it, and unlike every physical object in the world we know, it doesn’t accelerate in the direction it was pushed. It accelerates backwards.

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