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The world’s lakes are only about two-thirds as deep, on average, as previously thought, researchers reported last week at a meeting of the American Physical Society. If correct, the finding could help climate scientists more...

source: Science Magazine

Plasmons in 10 different angular-momentum states have been created and characterized by physicists in Israel and Germany. Created by firing laser pulses at a specially designed gold surface, movies of the plasmons in motion were made with an electron microscope. The researchers...

source: PhysicsWorld

According to astronomers at St. Andrews University led by Ph.D. student Indranil Banik, they have made a discovery that challenges Einstein‘s gravitational theory. They are referring to a 10 million light year-wide ring of galaxies that display ‘uncharacteristic’...

source: Wall Street Pit

Although the invisible substance known as dark matter dominates galaxies nowadays, it was apparently only a minor ingredient of galaxies in the early universe, a new study finds. This new finding sheds light on how galaxies and their mysterious "haloes" of dark matter have...

source: Scientific American

The tiniest electronic gadgets have nothing on a new data-storage device. Each bit is encoded using the magnetic field of a single atom — making for extremely compact data storage, although researchers have stored only two bits of data so far. Read the associated 2017...

source: ScienceNews

There's a paper in the open-access New Journal of Physics this week with the hyper-technical title "Obtaining tight bounds on higher-order interferences with a 5-path interferometer". While that might not sound like an inherently fascinating...

source: Forbes


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