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Dark energy is one of the biggest mysteries in all the Universe. Is there some way to avoid "having to live with it?"
The Universe is expanding, and the Hubble constant tells us how fast. But how can it be a constant if the expansion is accelerating?
A concept known as "wave-particle duality" famously applies to light. But it also applies to all matter — including you.
In the very early Universe, practically all particles were massless. Then the Higgs symmetry broke, and suddenly everything was different.
The second law of thermodynamics is an inviolable law of reality. Here's what everyone should know about closed, open, and isolated systems.
Travel half the distance to your destination, and there's always another half to go. Despite Zeno's Paradox, you always arrive right on time.
Since its observation discovery in the 1990s, dark energy has been one of science's biggest mysteries. Could black holes be the cause?
If the Universe is expanding, and the expansion is accelerating, what does that tell us about the cause of the expanding Universe?
If our Universe were born a little differently, there wouldn't have been any planets, stars, galaxies, or chemically interesting reactions.
Scientists can make substantial progress without fully understanding exactly what they're doing.
The quantum world — and its inherent uncertainty — defies our ability to describe it in words.
The quantum world is one in which rules that are completely foreign to our everyday experience dictate bizarre behavior.
Science cannot help us understand or describe first-person experience. Zen koans are a powerful form for helping us reach that description.
There is nothing more important to science than its ability to prove ideas wrong.
Light carries with it the secrets of reality in ways we cannot completely understand.