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Survivalists prep for disaster by stocking up on emergency food rations. Aliens, on the other hand, might hoard stars. To offset a future cosmic energy shortage caused by the accelerating expansion of the universe, a super-advanced civilization could pluck stars from other...

source: ScienceNews

Schrödinger’s kittens have never been very cute, and the latest litter is no exception. Images of nebulous clouds of ultracold atoms or microscopic strips of silicon are unlikely to go viral on the internet. All the same,...

source: Quanta Magazine

Major labs are used to dealing with large data volumes, but as data-intensive research becomes more common, Paul Kassebaum argues that physicists deserve better, more intuitive tools to manage it. Read the associated 2018 APS March Meeting abstract.

source: PhysicsWorld

Over the past few years, physicists have predicted that a new form of matter called time crystals may have potential applications in quantum computing. Now in a new study, physicists Raditya Weda Bomantara and Jiangbin Gong at the National...

source: PhysOrg

Two independently-prepared identical particles can become entangled when they overlap spatially, even if there is no interaction between the particles. What is more, this entanglement can be used a resource for quantum-information proocessing...

source: PhysicsWorld

General relativity has been stringently tested and is accepted by the world's scientific community. However, while this theory is used to describe the entire universe, it turns out that it has only been tested at size scales no larger than our solar system. Well, that is,...

source: CNN


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