Unified Science in Resonance with Nature
Experiment to test a key tenet of the special theory of relativity
Does the universe have a rest frame? If an experiment could provide a conclusive answer to this question it would have major implications for special relativity, cosmology, and particle physics. Now, a proposed experiment based on a precise measurement of particle mass aims to do just that.
New program aims to enable detection of extremely minute magnetic fields without shielding
By boosting the ability to detect superweak magnetic fields, a new DARPA program could open pathways to sensors with uses ranging from biological imaging to magnetically based navigation.
Single-atom magnets store bits of data
A remarkable technological milestone has been achieved as information can now be encoded in single atoms. Each bit, represented by a 1 or a 0 (binary logic) was successfully encoded using the orientation of an atom’s magnetic field — its spin polarity.
New Feedback System Could Allow Greater Control Over Fusion Plasma
Fusion plasma research has been focused on improvements in sustaining a nuclear fusion reaction. Currently this is done by confining the hot plasma with a magnetic field in the shape of a donut – the tokamak – and with an added twist – the stellarator.
Superfluid helium behaves like black holes
Physicists have modeled superfluid helium with computer simulations and found that it’s entropic properties are the same as those of black holes. Entropy is a measure of the information of a system. Black holes are maximum entropy objects. Somewhat enigmatically, thermodynamic investigations of black holes demonstrated that their entropy grows in proportion to the surface area of the event horizon, not the internal volume.
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