10 Subtle Ways The Universe Warns You When You’re In Trouble | Sidhharrth S Kumaar

Do you know that divine power is always guiding you? It doesn’t care what your religious beliefs are. It is not disrupted by the presence or lack of your spiritual convictions. The eternal force keeps communicating with you to navigate your journey towards the greatest good. The universe has striking ways to communicate with us. … Read more

Using the Higgs boson to search for dark photos

The search for new physics is one of the key goals of the ATLAS Collaboration. With the discovery of the Higgs boson in 2012, the Standard Model gained an essential ingredient towards the understanding of fundamental particles and their interactions – but it can not yet be considered complete. The nature of dark matter, which … Read more

How did the universe begin? Study reveals why the ‘bouncing’ theory is wrong

The study from University at Buffalo (UB) physicists Will Kinney and Nina Stein zeroes in on the most recent model of the “bouncing” cosmology, as outlined in the 2019 study ‘a new kind of cyclic universe’. The UB scientists find that the model, which smooths out some of the previous concerns, still must include a … Read more

Listen closely! Scientists transforming data into sound to unravel the secrets of universe

We often think of astronomy as a visual science with beautiful images of the universe. However, astronomers use the wide range of analysis tools beyond images to understand nature at a deeper level. Data sonification is the process of converting data into sound. It has powerful applications in research, education and outreach, and also enables … Read more

Astronomers Reveal New Details of How Stars Devour Planets

Astronomers have been witnessing the ends of worlds for millennia. Even in antiquity, sky watchers noted the rare star suddenly bursting into brightness and then fading away over months or years. These outbursts are supernovae, explosive stellar deaths that can also annihilate a star’s accompanying planets. Today modern researchers can see black holes shredding entire … Read more

What is the world’s message to you? Scientists are turning data into sound to listen to whispers of the universe

MELBOURNE: We often think of astronomy as a visual science with beautiful images of the universe. However, astronomers use the wide range of analysis tools beyond images to understand nature at a deeper level. Data sonification is the process of converting data into sound. It has powerful applications in research, education and outreach, and also … Read more

How did Black Holes Shape the Cosmos? Fast, Low-noise X-ray Sensors May Provide the Answer

PROJECT Extremely Low-noise, High Frame-rate X-ray Image Sensors for Strategic Astrophysics Missions SNAPSHOT New imaging technology will help enable future large X-ray telescopes to trace the origin and growth of black holes and the ways they’ve shaped the cosmos. Advanced X-ray sensors are manufactured at MIT Lincoln Laboratory’s Microelectronics Laboratory, which is equipped with the … Read more

In his new book, Nobel laureate and cosmologist James Peebles suggests the universe is simpler than it seems

In the late 1970′s the French philosopher and sociologist Bruno Latour spent two years at the Salk Institute observing molecular biologists the way an anthropologist might observe a tribe of hunter-gatherers. By the end, Latour had formed the opinion that scientific facts are not simply discovered but rather constructed through a social process that depends … Read more

Dark matter: An invisible glue that may not even exist | Science | In-depth reporting on science and technology | DW

It has never been detected, only speculated. But scientists estimate that up to 85% of the matter in the universe could be made of what’s called dark matter. Scientists cannot define dark matter with any certainty, but that hasn’t stopped the search for it. Our largest and newest space-based telescope, the James Webb Space Telescope … Read more