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Happy Autumnal Equinox!

Sunday 23rd at 1:54 UTC marks the point of equinox – that is when there is approximately equal day and equal night, making it the official start of Autumn.

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Planet types ‘missing link’

Why are some planets rocky and some gaseous? We may just be nearer to finding an answer through a new planet discovered by master’s student Merrin Peterson. Have you ever wondered why the Earth is rocky and solid and planets like Jupiter and Neptune are gaseous?

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Quantum mechanics defies causal order, experiment confirms

An experiment has confirmed that quantum mechanics allows events to occur with no definite causal order. The work has been carried out by Jacqui Romero, Fabio Costa and colleagues at the University of Queensland in Australia, who say that gaining a better understanding of this indefinite causal order could offer a route towards a theory that combines Einstein’s general theory of relativity with quantum mechanics

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Bright-green comets in the sky

This Monday 10th September one of two bright-green comets will be making an appearance in the night sky.

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Surprising hidden order unites prime numbers and crystal-like materials

The seemingly random digits known as prime numbers are not nearly as scattershot as previously thought. A new analysis by Princeton University researchers has uncovered patterns in primes that are similar to those found in the positions of atoms inside certain crystal-like materials.

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What we’ve been up to

The last year or so has been very busy for the scientists at the Resonance Science Foundation with new scientists joining the research group, having productive workshops, and learning and engaging with other scientists around the globe.

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Mapping magnetite in the human brain

That the human brain contains magnetite is well established; however, its spatial distribution in the brain has remained unknown. the reproducible magnetization patterns of magnetite is preferentially partitioned in the human brain, specifically in the cerebellum and brain stem

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Evolution of the Three Domains of Life: The Archaea-First Hypothesis

In their article published in BioEssays, James Staley and Gustavo Caetano-Anollés provide a novel perspective on the evolutionary origin of the three domains of life (Archaea, Bacteria and Eukarya).

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Time-reversed signatures in black hole high energy gamma-ray bursts

A new study, published Aug. 13 in The Astrophysical Journal, has found that high-energy black hole gamma-ray bursts are time-reversed, meaning the brilliant light wave is spit out one way and then sent out again in the opposite order.

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Puzzling Gamma-Rays from the Sun

Gamma rays have been observed emanating from the solar poles at a higher rate than expected.

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Physicists Think They’ve Spotted the Ghosts of Black Holes from Another Universe

Researchers have released a paper describing observational evidence of anomalous individual points in the very early universe that appear to be sources of vast amounts of energy, revealed as specific signals found in the CMB sky. Though seemingly problematic for cosmic inflation, the existence of such anomalous points is an implication of conformal cyclic cosmology (CCC), as what could be the Hawking points of the theory, these being the effects of the final Hawking evaporation of supermassive black holes in the aeon prior to ours.

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Either This Data is Incorrect or These Physicists Just Changed the World

A paper posted to arXiv last month claims to have achieved superconductivity at room temperature, but other physicists say the data may be incorrect.

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Schwarzites: Long-sought carbon structure joins graphene, fullerene family

UC Berkeley chemists have proved that three carbon structures recently created by scientists in South Korea and Japan are in fact the long-sought schwarzites, which researchers predict will have unique electrical and storage properties like those now being discovered in buckminsterfullerenes (buckyballs or fullerenes for short), nanotubes and graphene.

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Perseids annual show

The Perseid meteor shower will be peaking this weekend and with the new moon the night sky will be perfect for viewing this astronomical show.

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