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Objective reality does not exist, quantum experiment shows

Alternative facts are spreading like a virus in society. Now they even seem to have infected science – at least the quantum area. This may seem counterintuitive. Finally, the scientific method is based on the reliable terms observation, measurement and repeatability. A fact determined by a measurement should be objective for all observers to agree with. However, in an article …

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Today's spacewalk will repair a crucial experiment for dark matter

A computer generated image of AMS on the ISS Image : NASA / JSC Astronauts Andrew Morgan of NASA and Luca Parmitano of the European Space Agency is outside the International Space Station (ISS) as we speak. The duo takes a spacewalk to conduct an important experiment on dark matter . You can watch the progress here (and look again). …

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Google's silent Chrome experiment crashes thousands of browsers and annoys IT administrators

Google left thousands of computers in companies with broken Chrome browsers this week after a silent experimental change. Business users accessing Chrome through virtual machine environments like Citrix still saw white screens on open Chrome tabs, blocked access to the browser, and stopped responding. Many IT administrators were confused about the problem as companies typically manage and control Chrome updates. …

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Google's silent Chrome experiment crashes thousands of browsers and annoys IT administrators

Google left thousands of computers in companies with broken Chrome browsers this week after a silent experimental change. Business users accessing Chrome through virtual machine environments like Citrix still saw white screens on open Chrome tabs, blocked access to the browser, and stopped responding. Many IT administrators were confused about the problem as companies typically manage and control Chrome updates. …

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A physical experiment with ultrafast laser pulses creates a hitherto invisible phase of matter

Artistic representation of a light-induced charge density wave (CDW). The corrugated mesh represents distortions of the lattice structure of the material caused by the formation of CDWs. Luminescent spheres represent photons. In the middle, the original CDW is suppressed by a short laser light impulse, while a new CDW (right) appears at right angles to the first CDW. Picture credits: …

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The most dangerous experiment in the world

2012 was a big year for black holes. Or rather for our understanding of them. First, Scientific American published a moderately appalling article titled "Black Holes are Everywhere," and then a Princeton University research team numerically solved the Einstein hydrodynamic equations to find that black holes were actually much easier to create than previously thought. Their results showed that the …

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Breaking a Black Hole: The most dangerous experiment in the world

2012 was a big year for black holes. Or rather for our understanding of them. First, Scientific American published a moderately appalling article titled "Black Holes are Everywhere," and then a Princeton University research team numerically solved the Einstein hydrodynamic equations to find that black holes were actually much easier to create than previously thought. Their results showed that the …

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