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Dark Matter Tugs Massive Spiral Galaxies to Breakneck Speeds

Hubble images of three spiral galaxies, each of which weighs several times as much as the Milky Way. The bottom row shows three even more massive spiral galaxies that qualify as "super spirals," which were observed by the ground-based Sloan Digital Sky Survey. Super spirals typically have 10 to 20 times the mass of the Milky Way. Halo Whaling at …

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Elizabeth Warren, Discussion Goal: Here's why it does not matter

Elizabeth Warren, according to the experts, should be thrilled because she was beaten in the Ohio debate. That was good news, because it shows that she is the true leader. Forget this Biden. "Warren's enchanted campaign has just entered a brutal new phase," warns Politico. Except, it was not that brutal. Disagreements in the CNN / New York Times debate …

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Exotic 'Fuzzy' Dark Matter May Have Created Giant Filaments Across the Early Universe

Dark matter, the mysterious substance making up a quarter of the mass and energy of the universe, might be made extremely small and light particles, new research suggests. This "fuzzy" form of dark matter -called that because of this miniscule particles' wavelengths would have smeared out over a colossally huge area-would have changed the course of cosmic history and created …

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Sen. Graham on Trey Gowdy in the Trump Legal Team: It does not matter if the president does not listen

Sen. Lindsey Graham, RS.C., called on President Trump Friday to follow the advice of his legal team, in particular his newest member, former MP Trey Gowdy. Gowdy, a former Fox News employee, joined the legal team this week as Parliament's impeachment investigation is being extended. "He brings a lot in. He understands Congress, he's a smart lawyer, but it does …

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Physicists report a possibility to "hear" dark matter

Researchers propose a new instrument for the search for axions of dark matter using tunable plasmas. Picture credits: Alexander Millar / University of Stockholm Physicists from the University of Stockholm and the Max Planck Institute for Physics have turned to plasmas in a proposal that could revolutionize the search for the elusive dark matter. Dark matter accounts for 85 percent …

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Why Pat Shurmur's harsh speech against patriots does not matter

Coach Pat Shurmur gave a lot of hard talk after the giants were hit hard by the Vikings, and one wonders if his team will ever see another .500 this season. At 2-3, the two-game victories are a thing of the past for the Giants, and in the future, casualties are born and cultivated. After meeting with the Patriots at …

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Astronomers observe how two suns collect matter in a binary system

Cosmic Delivery Room: This picture shows Barnard 59, part of a huge, dark cloud of interstellar dust, called Pipe Nebula. The protobinary systems [BHB2007] 11 studied with high-resolution images are embedded in dense clouds, but can be observed with the radio telescope ALMA (Atacama Large Millimeter / Submillimeter Array) at longer wavelengths. Picture credits: ESO Stars are born in the …

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New "fuzzy" dark matter simulations disrupt conventional thinking about the construction of the universe

Simulations of the formation of galaxies in cold, warm, and hazy (left to right) dark matter scenarios. Credit: Universities of Princeton, Sussex, Cambridge New research at the University of Sussex has for the first time simulated dark matter in a new way and disturbed conventional thinking about the composition of the universe. The study, published yesterday, October 2, 2019, in …

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Einstein's theory predicts a strange state of matter. Could it be the biggest atomic destroyer in the world?

The search for a mysterious form of matter predicted from Einstein's Theory of Relativity becomes narrower. After more than a decade, scientists from the world's largest particle collider believe they are about to find it. The researchers, however, do not seek in the exploded guts of particles that were smashed at near-speed of light. ] Instead, physicists at the Large …

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