Findings that would help further understand how living tissue reacts to radiation exposure. Energy flows through a system of atoms or molecules by a series… Read More »Researchers Find Bubbles Speed Up Energy Transfer Using “Almost Inconceivably Fast” Measurements
Out of an estimated 100 billion stars in our galaxy, no more than 14 may be made from antimatter. That’s the result from a new… Read More »Antimatter Stars Could Exist In Milky Way Galaxy
Physicists should be ecstatic right-now. Taken at face value, the surprisingly strong magnetism of the elementary particles called muons, revealed by an experiment this month,… Read More »Muon Particle Results Throw Theories Into Confusion. What’s Next For Physics Standard Model?
There’s been a wonderful new achievement in particle physics . For the 1st time, scientists have managed to image the orbits of electrons within a… Read More »For The First Time Physicists Have Caught Electron Orbits in an Exciton Quasiparticle
Positronium is positively puzzling. A new measurement of the exotic “atom” — consisting of an electron & its antiparticle, a positron — disagrees with theoretical… Read More »Particle That Can Explain All Theories Of Dark Matter
Unstable Muon Particle Having Mean Lifetime Of Just 2.2μs If you would like to probe(study) the boundary of fundamental physics, you’ve got to collide particles… Read More »Unstable Muon Could Be Future Of Particle Physics