Unified Science in Resonance with Nature
Potential Habitability of Exoplanets: astrophysicists say our closest exoplanet neighbors can support life
Excitement about exoplanets skyrocketed when rocky Earth-like planets were discovered orbiting in the habitable zone of some of our closest stars – until hopes for life were dashed by the high levels of radiation bombarding those worlds. A new study shows that presumptions of the inhospitably of high-UV environments suggests our neighboring exoplanets may be good candidates for life.
Sound has Mass and thus, Gravity?
In order for sound to be affected by gravity and to exercise gravity, it has to carry some mass of its own. But our common observations showed that sound is vibration travelling through a media; energy travelling through material carrying no mass of its own.
The first interstellar visitor to our solar system, could it be a technosignature of extraterrestrial intelligence?
“Considering an artificial origin, one possibility is that ‘Oumuamua is a lightsail, floating in interstellar space as a debris from an advanced technological equipment”
Nature’s effective way of conducting electrons
Circulation of electrons is essential in electronics and also for living organisms. While in our computers, we use semiconductor made mainly of silicon crystal, Nature has found a better effective way: proteins. Protein structures facilitate long-range electron-transfer. Scientists showed structural features of proteins have elements that facilitate electronic conductivity. The chiral-induced spin selectivity (CISS) effect gives us important insight for spin-selective processes in biology and allows the use of chiral molecules in spintronics applications.
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