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So I watched and I still don’t understand what that recorded chirp was that was so significant
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Surprise Discovery Could Explain How Early Universe Grew So Enormous
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Santosh B. Mande Oct 19
New computer simulation brings to life -
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Tom Fonner Oct 20
"Infinite Universes Theory". Our universe is one in an infinite number of universes formed by the complete or near complete collapse of an existing universe or by black holes. Click on the link to read my article.
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Math Advice Oct 17
result from God dividing the universe by zero.
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The Space Cadets Oct 14
Interesting thought experiment on why life on planet’s orbiting black holes would be VASTLY different than planets orbiting normal stars. Sounds like one hell of a sunburn!
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Amit Malewar Oct 14
Black holes have a significant impact on the evolution of galaxies
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🔞Ismurfeverything Oct 13
all this talk about got me opening
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Infinite 8 Oct 13
Black holes might not be black holes at all – BGR via
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radioeyes Oct 13
did a much better job at explaining 🙄
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Oreo Oct 13
Everyone say BYE BYE TO NO MORE.. THANK YOU FOR ALL THE FUN.. RIP
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The Space Cadets Oct 13
Our first episode will suck you in (though not as strongly as this black hole!) check out episode 1 of our podcast about black holes!
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RandomNews Oct 18
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PhysicsForums.com Oct 13
The Schwarzschild Geometry: Physically Reasonable? In the last article, we looked at various
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argpiratetwitch Oct 14
I think are awesome. A point in space/time so infinitely dense, not even light can escape? Shit, friends. That's epic. Also, I hope the children that play have all their hopes and dreams crushed, and fortnight dies to death.
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Open Science Oct 20
technology throws light on spinning PhysicsNews dneg
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DiCYT Oct 20
ALMA observes counter-intuitive flows around black hole. The discovery could explain why supermassive grew so rapidly in the early
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Dr Manjir Oct 19
In case you missed it, check out "Hurricanes and Black Holes: New evidence of a connection"
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Ahmad Kamal Oct 18
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EPFL Events Oct 18
What a privilege to have Katie Bouman from at EPFL’s to talk about collaborative science and
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