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So far this year, Quanta has chronicled three major advances in Ramsey theory, the study of how to avoid creating mathematical patterns. The first result put a new cap on how big a set of integers can be without containing three evenly spaced numbers

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We all spend too much of our lives thinking about what may have been. Yet you chose your path. you were given that much and it is the definition of free will however narrow the choice happens to be. Such contemplations though are usually good en

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A bright red waterfall isn't something you'd expect to see on the icy landscape of Antarctica, but that's exactly what's pouring out from the foot of Taylor Glacier. A team of scientists now claims to have solved the long-standing mystery b

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You're oscillating. Well, technically, not just you. We are all being stretched and squeezed by an event we can't see?"at least not with the naked eye. Imagine that throughout the day we have imperceivable fluctuations in our height, starting t

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Heat death held a morbid fascination for Victorian-era physicists. It was an early example of how everyday physics connects to the grandest themes in cosmology. Drop ice cubes into a glass of water, and you create a situation that is out of equilibri

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There's a psychological phenomenon called pareidolia that Piotr Naskrecki, an entomologist from Harvard University, often thinks about on slow walks around Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique. Pareidolia describes an experience when people see a

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Every animal and plant on Earth has an awesome beauty: the majesty of an oak, the delicate fabric of a butterfly, the grace of a gazelle, the imperious presence of a whale and, of course, us humans, with our mixture of wonders and fatal flaws. Where

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However, there are even more fundamental issues going on in the environment. According to a new study published in Oecologia, decomposers - organisms such as microbes, fungi and some types of insects that drive the process of decay - have also suffer

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On April 12, 2023, geologists, microbiologists and other scientists sailed to the Atlantis Massif, a 14,000-foot underwater mountain sitting on the floor of the Atlantic Ocean. The plan: To dig into an already existing 4,640-foot hole drilled nearly

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True friendship is characterized most by loyalty, for loyalty is the virtue that sustains friendships through any hardship. Loyalty gives us the courage to remain with friends, even when there is no advantage to be gained. In his short story, "T

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Is it possible that the asteroid belt represents the breakup of such a crust in the orbit of Jupiter and that the core then dropped down to form the planet of Venus which clearly has a cooling crust which is unique to our solar system? We are certai

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Now that we understand just what is going on, and that it has nothing whatsoever to do with hydrogen bombs and that the actual surface of trhe Sun is comparatively cold to the millions of degrees seen in the corona, we can make a conjecture. It

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The easiest conjecture for the sun is to project that what we see and experience is primarily NNP decay into hydrogen which then flows away from the Sun as a plasma flux along with radiation caused by electron decay onto the hydrogen. I will mention

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So what may be possible if we are able to produce wormholes at will. First though, a convenient wormhole produced at source will be hanging out there somewhere and the potential for a bad ending is obvious. The other problem though is the actual

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have done a fair bit of thinking regarding TIME travel. The good news is that because we are in a deep gravity well, TIME can be controled while actual movement not so easily. I suspect a wormhole in space will allow us to jump vast disatances but no

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The currents were predicted in 1908 by Norwegian explorer and physicist Kristian Birkeland, who undertook expeditions north of the Arctic Circle to study the aurora. He rediscovered, using simple magnetic field measurement instruments, that when the

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They're actually very cold, but one of the main heat sources for icy moons and almost every object in the outer solar system is an isotope called aluminium-26. It's an element that creates a lot of heat by decaying. It's like uranium, for examp

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You might have heard of them before, the Platonic Solids. Mysterious shapes which every Sacred Geometer talks about. We even shortly mentioned them in our first Sacred Geometry blog. But what are they really? What kind of secrets do they hold? In

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Through interviews with scientists, health experts, and electromagnetic radiation researchers, "Resonance - Beings of Frequency" offers an insightful exploration of the potential risks associated with our modern, technology-driven way of life,

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A few days later, when the narrator goes to collect his books, he finds that Funes has memorized, in just a matter of days, long and complicated passages in Latin, despite no prior knowledge of the language. Funes tells the narrator that, ever since

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NNP neutral neutron pair NEeP neutral electron pair Here is what seems impossible, but our gravity wells actually pack up our NNPs. Yet it is plausible that they are actively formed from the general photon flux all through space and that surel

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