Category: experiment

Brian Greene Explains The Most Powerful Explosions In The Universe [VIDEO]

Brian Greene Explains The Most Powerful Explosions In The Universe [VIDEO]

Theoretical Physicist Brian Greene explains supernovas and demonstrates how a star like ours eventually dies, and he also breaks a World Record. Invited on “The Late Show” with Stephen Colbert, Professor Brian Greene explains and also demonstrates in the following video the death of a star. Known for ‘String theory’ or ‘The Elegant Universe’ he…

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Scientists have Developed Optical Magnetic Fields for Reducing Instabilities in Fusion Plasmas

Scientists have Developed Optical Magnetic Fields for Reducing Instabilities in Fusion Plasmas

Scientists want to create a “star in a jar” by discovering an efficient way of eliminating instabilities in fusion plasma. Replication of the physical process, fusion, that occurs naturally in stars has been investigated on Earth for decades. Scientists created Tokamak in an attempt to replicate the conditions found inside the Sun, on Earth. Confined…

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Hair Loss and Skin Damage could be finally Reversed

Hair Loss and Skin Damage could be finally Reversed

D-threo-1-phenyl-2-decanoylamino-3-morpholino-1-propanol (D-PDMP) could bring a revolutionary change to the treatment of hair loss. Hair loss is becoming more and more common these days and that’s the reason why latest, more advanced techniques are introduced for hair transplant. Similarly, a massive increment in the cases of skin inflammation have taken place which urged the medical scientists…

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The Explanation of Dark Energy through Symmetrons met a Dead End

The Explanation of Dark Energy through Symmetrons met a Dead End

An experiment involving slow-moving neutrons dealt a huge blow to the theory of Symmetron Field, which was considered a candidate for explaining the Dark Energy. Dark Energy is a strange form of energy which is spread anywhere and everywhere in space. According to the Standard Model of Cosmology, it contributes 68.3% of the total energy…

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Genetic Mutation can be detected through a Biosensor Chip

Genetic Mutation can be detected through a Biosensor Chip

A massive step towards a method that will assist early detection of Genetic Mutation. The changes in genetic sequence are responsible for the diversity among organisms. The name given to that phenomenon is Genetic Mutation and these changes can occur at various levels. Scientists are trying very hard to develop detection methods, for mutation, that…

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Conditions that make us believe that Universe is Flowing in Reverse

Conditions that make us believe that Universe is Flowing in Reverse

A Quantum Experiment shows the world how time can be made to go backward. Quantum physics and Classical Physics seem to be at loggerheads. While one dismisses one fact, the other readily accepts it and surmises it to be true. In the quantum world, unlike in Classical Physics, particles can go through solid walls, be…

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A Particle that shouldn’t Exist Discovered in a recent Physics Experiment

A Particle that shouldn’t Exist Discovered in a recent Physics Experiment

  Physicists discover Sterile Neutrinos, a potential candidate that might be the reason behind the Dark Matter, in a recent experiment called MiniBooNE. Neutrinos are tiny particles that are much smaller than atoms. They interact only through gravity and a weak subatomic force. The name ‘Neutrino’ comes from the facts that it is electrically neutral…

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Synthetic Tissues build themselves

Synthetic Tissues build themselves

Tissues will be able to repair themselves on their own following a recent development. It has been a long-lasting mystery that how a single fertilized egg transforms into different organs like eyes and brain. A recent research did help the scientists to untangle this a bit as a half-human half-chicken embryo was created in a…

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Can Our Body Suffer After A Long Space Walk?

Can Our Body Suffer After A Long Space Walk?

NASA’s Astronaut Scott Kelly talks about his body changes during his stay on International Space Station. After spending 340 consecutive days onboard the International Space Station, astronaut Scott Kelly returned to Earth on March 1, 2016, becoming the first American to spend almost a year in space. The “Expedition 46 mission” commander’s changes were visible:…

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Flat Earth Research: This Man Is Going To Space By Himself To Prove Earth Is Flat

Flat Earth Research: This Man Is Going To Space By Himself To Prove Earth Is Flat

Mad Mike Hughes Plans To Prove “The Flat Earth Theory” in a $20 000 Rocket “I don’t believe in science!” is the afirmation of a 61-year-old limo driver who believes the Earth is flat. Mike Hughes has started the countown to launch a self-taught rocket into the atmosphere, near the Ghost Town of Ambay, California.…

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How Does Your Space Garden Grows?

How Does Your Space Garden Grows?

Astronauts from International Space Station show us how to grow a garden in space. Friday morning, astronauts onboard International Space Station have succeded to show us how plants grow in space, by harvesting three varieties of leafy greens and installing their next generation of plant research. Three different plant varietes are simultaneously growing in the…

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What Happens When You Play With A Fidget Spinner On International Space Station

What Happens When You Play With A Fidget Spinner On International Space Station

Astronaut Randy Bresnik shows us a very exciting experiment with his fidget spinner. Randy Bresnik, now NASA’s astronaut, wanted to show us what is happening if he rotates a spinner fidget during his stay on International Space Station. In the absence of gravity and friction, the toy spins endlessly, as a whole. The idea is…

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“Living on Mars” for Eight Months Project has reached the end

“Living on Mars” for Eight Months Project has reached the end

After “Living on Mars” for Eight Months, Mission V Subjects Are Coming Home After spending eight months simulating life on Mars on the slopes of the Mauna Loa volcano, four men and two women came back from their Hawaiian habitat on Sept. 17. Mars mission of the NASA-funded HI-SEAS program (Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation) sent six…

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Unlimited Energy Is One Step Away From Reality? Plasma Allows Nuclear Fusion To Happen

Unlimited Energy Is One Step Away From Reality? Plasma Allows Nuclear Fusion To Happen

Mankind is one step ahead in achieving the nuclear fusion. Considering this a source of the future, nuclear fusion can provide an unlimited amount of energy without pollution, through a process similar to that taking place inside the Sun. Magnetic field, intense pressure and heat is needed for the cores of the lighter chemical elements…

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Hydrogen Becomes A Potential Source of Energy

Hydrogen Becomes A Potential Source of Energy

An unusual reaction could revolutionize the entire fuel industry. Scientists at the US Army Aberdeen Proving Ground Research Laboratory have been able to create an alloy that has a very interesting function. The water poured on its surface begins to boil and finally can produce hydrogen gas. Usually, aluminum exposed to water oxidises and creates…

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31 Years After Chernobyl

31 Years After Chernobyl

The Chernobyl disaster was a catastrophic nuclear accident. It occurred on 26 April 1986 and since then, the city is empty.  From 1986 to 2000, 350,400 people were evacuated and resettled from the most severely contaminated areas of Belarus, Russia, and Ukraine. Photographer Michal Huniewicz went to this place and took some amazing shots. This is…

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World’s most powerful X-ray laser has created a molecular black hole

World’s most powerful X-ray laser has created a molecular black hole

The black hole allows researchers to analyze its retail behavior. Finally, the researchers succeeded in creating a “miniature” of a black hole. When X-ray energy is directed towards a molecule, it removes all of its electrons, so it creates a hole that attracts the electrons of the atoms around. This effect is produced only on…

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Researchers have made the thinnest nanowire

Researchers have made the thinnest nanowire

A thread of single atom thickness makes it the most unidirectional thread ever created By creating a stable structure of the Tellurium (Te) chemical element, the technique that produced this material can lead to further advances in material science and electronics. The study was made by Cambridge University researchers who produced the Tellurium chain, which…

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Warning! Global warming revives bacteria and viruses that have been in hibernation for thousands of years

Warning! Global warming revives bacteria and viruses that have been in hibernation for thousands of years

Exposed to light and oxygen, many dangerous viruses will be destroyed, but some will survive and infect humans and animals. Among the most resistant viruses are those of the giant species. Researchers are warning us of a new danger that the whole world avoids talking: bacteria and viruses that have been hibernating for thousands of…

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