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‘God Plays Dice with deep space,’ Einstein Composes in Letter About His Qualms with Quantum Theory

‘God Plays Dice with deep space,’ Einstein Composes in Letter About...

In a letter that Albert Einstein wrote in 1945, the famous physicist sketched two diagrams demonstrating a novel approach to the thought experiment called the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) paradox. Credit: Christie's Images LTD. 2019 Three letters written by Albert Einstein in 1945 are up for auction and offer an intriguing glimpse into the renowned physicist's criticisms of…
The Big Bang Theory: How deep space Began

The Big Bang Theory: How deep space Began

The Big Bang theory represents cosmologists' best attempts to reconstruct the 14 billion year story of the universe based on the sliver of existence visible today. Different people use the term "Big Bang" in different ways. Most generally, it illustrates the arc of the observable universe as it thinned out and cooled down from an…
‘God Does Not Play Dice with deep space,’ Einstein Composes in Letter About His Qualms with Quantum Theory

‘God Does Not Play Dice with deep space,’ Einstein Composes in...

In a letter that Albert Einstein wrote in 1945, the famous physicist sketched two diagrams demonstrating a novel approach to the thought experiment called the Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen (EPR) paradox. Credit: Christie's Images LTD. 2019 Three letters written by Albert Einstein in 1945 are up for auction and offer an intriguing glimpse into the renowned physicist's criticisms of…
No, This Is Not A Gap In The Universe

No, This Is Not A Gap In The Universe

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Here’s What deep space Appears Like in X-Rays

Here’s What deep space Appears Like in X-Rays

NASA's new all-sky map shows what the universe looks like in high-energy x-ray light. Credit: NASA/NICER NASA researchers have unveiled a new treasure map of the universe, and — thanks to a neutron-star-hunting telescope aboard the International Space Station — X-ray marks the spot. The new all-sky map, uploaded May 30 to NASA's website, shows…
When Will The Universe Get Its First ‘Black Dwarf’ Star?

When Will The Universe Get Its First ‘Black Dwarf’ Star?

This is the Milky Way from Concordia Camp, in Pakistan's Karakoram Range. While many of the stars seen here may have already died, their stellar remnants continue to shine on. Anne Dirkse / http://www.annedirkse.com The Big Bang happened approximately 13.8 billion years ago, and it might have only taken 50-100 million years to form the…
When Did The Universe Develop into Clear To Gentle?

When Did The Universe Develop into Clear To Gentle?

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Deep Space Most Likely ‘Remembers’ Every Gravitational Wave

Deep Space Most Likely ‘Remembers’ Every Gravitational Wave

Gravitational waves may leave a lasting mark on the universe. Credit: Shutterstock The universe might "remember" gravitational waves long after they've passed. That's the premise of a theoretical paper published April 25 in the journal Physical Review D. Gravitational waves, faint ripples in space and time that humanity has only in the past few years…
Deep space is more youthful and broadening faster than we believed, a brand-new research study discovered– and we might require brand-new physics as an outcome

Deep space is more youthful and broadening faster than we believed,...

The universe is younger and expanding faster than we thought, a new study found, scientists think we may have to work on new physics as a result. A new study lead by Nobel Prize-winning scientist, Adam Riess, found that the universe is expanding 9% faster than previous calcultions that were based on studying the aftermath…
Deep Space Is Moving Too Quick and No One Understands Why

Deep Space Is Moving Too Quick and No One Understands Why

A cepheid in the Milky Way, RS Puppis, is seen through the Hubble Space Telescope. Credit: Hubble Space Telescope The universe is moving too fast and nobody knows why. Back in the early years of the universe, right after the Big Bang, everything blasted away from everything else. We can still see the light from…
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