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Physicists have just announced finding gravity waves. The phenomenon was predicted a century ago by Einstein’s theory of general relativity. Here’s what it took to detect the waves. Albert Einstein Theories, Gravity Waves, Gravitational Waves, Theory Of Relativity, Spiritus, E Mc2, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Physics, Theoretical Physics

Top 10 Strangest Things in Space

There are a lot of strange things in space. We highlight the top ten strangest things found in space – including dark matter, exoplanets, galactic cannibalism and quasars – at SPACE.com.

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Albert Einstein 1879 - 1955E=mc² - Timbre de 2005

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We take on the question of the compatibility of science and religion, with a 1930 Op-Ed written by Albert Einstein; a 2013 report on a science and religion conference; and a video of physicist Richard Feynman. Citations D'albert Einstein, Citation Einstein, Einstein Quotes, Wein Poster, Theory Of Relativity, Special Relativity, E Mc2, Charles Darwin, Friedrich Nietzsche

35 Weird Traits Your Characters May Have

Read ‘weird’ as ‘unique’–the type of trait that grabs a reader’s attention and shakes it like a dog with a pillow. I’m constantly looking for these so the …

Earth On April the Hubble Space telescope was launched into low Earth orbit to reveal the universe as we've never seen before. - On April the Hubble Space telescope was launched into low Earth orbit to reveal the universe as we've never seen before. Planetary Nebula, Orion Nebula, Andromeda Galaxy, Helix Nebula, Carina Nebula, Horsehead Nebula, Space Photos, Space Images, Hubble Space Telescope

Hubble reveals the Ring Nebula's true shape

New observations by NASA's Hubble Space Telescope of the glowing gas shroud around an old, dying, sun-like star reveal a new twist.

VSAUCE - Most of the thing that you wanted to know in school, but non of the teachers really knew the answer - this guy is going right there and amazes your mind every time. For example: "How Much Does a Shadow Weigh? Science Jokes, Science Geek, Physical Science, Chill Mix, Shell Game, E Mc2, Physicist, Mind Blown, Thought Provoking

How Much Does a Shadow Weigh?

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The Academic Quad

Explore The Unofficial University of Rochester Gallery's photos on Flickr. The Unofficial University of Rochester Gallery has uploaded 64 photos to Flickr.

What do physicists do when they realize the universe is behaving in a totally unexpected way? They turn to dark matter. The Elegant Universe, Wheel In The Sky, Modern Physics, States Of Matter, Dark Energy, Spiral Galaxy, Astrophysics, Classroom Fun, Dark Matter

Dark matter: How does it explain a star's speed? - Don Lincoln

All the stars in a spiral galaxy rotate around a center -- but to astronomers, the speed that each star travels wasn't making sense. Why didn't stars slow down toward the edges as expected? Don Lincoln explains how a mysterious force called dark matter is (possibly) the answer -- and why the search