Unified Science in Resonance with Nature
A physic Nobel prize for a new way of manipulating light
Three scientists on Tuesday won the Nobel Physics Prize, including the first woman to receive the prestigious award in 55 years, for inventing Chirped-pulse amplification, or CPA. This is a technique for creating ultrashort, yet extremely high-energy laser pulses necessary in a variety of applications. It is remarkable what can be achieved with lasers in research and in applications, and there are many good reasons for it, including their coherence, frequency stability, and controllability, but for some applications, the thing that really matters is raw power.
Scientists Show That Water Has Memory
By examining individual drops of water at an incredibly high magnification, scientists have been able to physically see that each droplet of water has its own individual microscopic pattern, each distinguishable from the next and uniquely beautiful. Testing reveals possible memory functions of liquid water.
How many dimensions? A deeper look into outer space…
The detection of gravitational waves has been a remarkable breakthrough for many reasons, among them, the possibility of discarding or testing different theories describing gravity. Some of these new theories require the existence of additional dimensions to the standard 3D+1 of general relativity (GR).
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?
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
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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