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This physicist uses mayonnaise to study nuclear fusion

Hold the mayonnaise One promising aspect of US nuclear fusion research may depend on a common culinary spice. Physicists sometimes use inertial confinement studies to restore the conditions required for fusion reactions. In this case, this means the use of gas frozen in pea-sized metal pellets, which are placed in a centrifugal chamber and bombarded with high power lasers that …

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Rare Einstein audio recording of the famous physicist talking about the atomic bomb surfaces

An incredibly rare audio recording of the world's most famous theoretical physicist, Albert Einstein, will be auctioned tomorrow, May 4th. Perhaps even more startling are the themes of the recording – Einstein's love of music, the differences between FDR and Harry Truman and his thoughts on the atomic bomb. On the 33-minute recording Einstein can hear in his strong German …

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Physicist says one of Sci-Fi's wildest travel ideas could actually work

One of the most valued sci-fi scenarios uses a black hole as a portal to another dimension or time or another universe. This fantasy may be closer to reality than previously thought. Black holes are perhaps the most mysterious objects in the universe. They are the result of the absolute destruction of a dying star by gravity, which leads to …

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Physicist had to sell his Nobel Prize for $ 765,000 to pay medical bills

Winning a Nobel Prize is one of the most prestigious honors that an academician could hope for. Now, you might think that a Nobel Prize winner's life is all glitz and glamor; however, that's not always the case. Legendary Noble Prize-winning physicist Leon Lederman, who won his Nobel Prize in Physics in 1988 for his ground-breaking research field. However, the …

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1,600 Scientists Sign a Petition Against the "Open Discrimination" of the Cern Physicist | science

More than 1,600 scientists supported a campaign condemning the Italian researcher who claimed that physics was "invented and built by humans". You have signed a petition in response to comments by Prof. Alessandro Strumia of the University of Pisa male scientists were discriminated against for ideological reasons. After making his comments on September 28 during a presentation at the European …

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Physicist Philip Harris at the first observation of the long-predicted Higgs boson decay

A candidate event display for generating a Higgs boson that decays into two b-quarks (blue cones) in conjunction with a W Boson turning into a muon (red) and a neutrino. The neutrino leaves the detector unseen and is reconstructed by the missing transverse energy (dashed line). Credit: ATLAS Cooperation / CERN Today, scientists at CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear …

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This spaghetti-busting problem upset physicist Richard Feynman. Two MIT students have solved it now. |

A quick Google search for the greatest mysteries in physics today raises a huge list of questions: What exactly is dark matter? Why does time only move in one direction? What happens in a black hole? But sometimes, as American physicist and Nobel laureate Richard Feynman discovered decades ago, everyday objects such as dry spaghetti noodles are similarly annoying puzzles. …

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