Is the time crystal really an otherworldly revolution, leveraging quantum computing that will change physics forever?
It could evolve, strengthen, decay, or not be alone. Our known Universe contains matter, radiation, and dark energy. While matter (both normal and dark) and radiation become less dense as […]
For some reason, when we talk about the age of stars, galaxies, and the Universe, we use "years" to measure time. Can we do better?
The author of 'How We Read' Now explains.
To date, only one research vessel has ever encountered a milky sea.
Australian parrots have worked out how to open trash bins, and the trick is spreading across Sydney.
The Universe has asymmetries, but that's a good thing. Imperfections are essential for the existence of stars and even life itself.
Altos Labs is an ambitious new anti-aging company with billions of dollars to back it up.
Apart from divine authority, is there an ethical basis for right and wrong?
We should not romanticize ancient Egyptian culture.
The results of a recent study suggest that some clinicians might be failing to explore other causes when treating gender dysphoria.
Scientific pluralism is the notion that some questions must be approached from many angles. How can we integrate these scientific models?
If you think ‘particles are matter’ and ‘antiparticles are antimatter,’ think again. In this Universe, there are certain rules that have never been observed to be broken. Some of these […]
Assume we can make new thylacines, mammoths, diprotodons, or sabre-tooth cats. Great. Now where do we put them?
The brightest object in the night sky, our Moon is an unmistakable sight. The brightest object in the night sky, our Moon is an unmistakable sight. The Moon, in a […]
A new study explains how a chaotic region just outside a black hole's event horizon might provide a virtually endless supply of energy.
Many workers moved home on the promise or hope that they'd be able to keep working remotely at least some of the time after the pandemic ended.
The metaverse may leave us perpetually unsure whether the people we encounter are authentic or high-quality fakes.
Is there victory in defeat?
It may be old tech, but it's super-reliable.
Of all the injustices in Nobel Prize history, her 1957 Nobel snub is the most egregious. One of the biggest scientific revolutions of the 20th century was the discovery of […]