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Higgs Boson and Eventual Doom

If calculations of the newly discovered Higgs boson particle are correct, one day, tens of billions of years from now, the universe will disappear at the speed of light, replaced by a strange, alternative dimension, one theoretical physicist calls “boring.”

Scientists last year announced they had discovered what appeared to be the long-sought subatomic


Researchers to Test if Our Reality is Simulated


A team of U.S.-based scientists have announced plans to test whether we live in a simulated universe.

A theory that seems to have been pulled straight from the movie The Matrix, scientists at the University of Washington and the University of New Hampshire have put forward a proposal that could begin to probe the


New Telescope to Make Huge Map of Universe


A Canadian telescope bigger than six NHL hockey rinks is expected to help scientists understand the expansion of the universe and the role of mysterious dark energy.

The $11-million project is being built at the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory southwest of Penticton, B.C., where the official groundbreaking took place this week. The radio telescope


A Look at the Bigger Picture

By Daniel Taylor – Old Thinker News

Take a step back for a minute, take a deep breath….It’s easy to become cynical in today’s world, especially for those who follow current events and have a desire to stay informed. Too many people are blind or dulled to both the great evil and goodness


Water Detected at Edge of Universe

A research group led by graduate student Violette Impellizzeri from the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy has used the 100 m Effelsberg radio telescope to detect water at the greatest distance from Earth so far. The water vapour was discovered in the quasar MG J0414+0534 at redshift 2.64, which corresponds to


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