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Researchers propose a new method that could definitively prove the existence of dark matter.
Can spacekime help us make headway on some of the most pernicious inconsistencies in physics?
Democritus also did not believe in free will but was still known as the "laughing philosopher."
Results from an experiment using the Large Hadron Collider challenges the accepted model of physics.
75 years after Erwin Schrödinger's prescient description of something like DNA, we still don't know the "laws of life."
Some scientists believe the lightning-produced frequencies may be connected to our brain waves, meditation, and hypnosis.
The controversy over the universe's expansion rate continues with a new, faster estimate.
A reversal in Earth's magnetic field 42,000 years ago triggered climate catastrophes and mass extinctions. Can the field flip again?
How long should one wait until an idea like string theory, seductive as it may be, is deemed unrealistic?
Starling flocks, schools of fish, and clouds of insects all agree.
A physicist creates an AI algorithm that predicts natural events and may prove the simulation hypothesis.
How does philosophy try to balance having free will with living in a deterministic universe?
A new study found the possible reason why some dwarf galaxies appear to not have dark matter.
Scientists with the the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI) Legacy Imaging Surveys spent six years creating a detailed map of more than 1 billion galaxies.
Robot developers adapt the behavior of worm "blobs".
Inventions with revolutionary potential made by a mysterious aerospace engineer for the U.S. Navy come to light.
Researchers discover strange behavior in magnetars, ultra-powerful magnetic stars.
Researchers discover black holes that violate the uniqueness theorem and have "gravitational hair."
Researchers devise a record-breaking laser transmission that avoids atmospheric interference.
Identifying primordial ripples would be key to understanding the conditions of the early universe.
Dr. Katie Mack explains what dark energy is and two ways it could one day destroy the universe.
A new study explains how a chaotic region just outside a black hole's event horizon might provide a virtually endless supply of energy.
To understand ourselves and our place in the universe, "we should have humility but also self-respect," Frank Wilczek writes in a new book.