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The UFO Phenomenon

UAP sightings don't conform to laws of physics, new paper claims

3-12-2023 | 5

Harvard’s Avi Loeb and the Pentagon's Dr. Sean Kirkpatrick have co-authored a new paper on the subject.

Science & Technology

Scientists discover new type of quantum entanglement

1-6-2023 | 4

The weird world of quantum physics has become weirder still thanks to a new breakthrough by researchers in the US.

Metaphysics & Psychology

Do the laws of physics prevent us from having genuine free will ?

10-6-2022 | 284

The debate over whether or not we really have freedom to make our own choices has been raging for millennia.

Modern Mysteries

Queen's Brian May photographs a crop circle

5-25-2022 | 22

The legendary rock guitarist, who has a PhD in astrophysics, recently spotted something odd in a field in the UK.

Science & Technology

The standard model of particle physics may be broken

5-9-2022 | 6

Prof Roger Jones - who works at the Large Hadron Collider at Cern - looks at the future of physics discoveries.

Science & Technology

Can quantum physics explain consciousness ?

7-25-2021 | 15

Some scientists have speculated that consciousness could be the product of quantum processes.

Science & Technology

Lost Einstein letter links physics and biology

5-13-2021 | 0

A newly unearthed letter from the celebrated physicist cements just how ahead of his time he actually was.

Science & Technology

Particle is disobeying the known laws of physics

4-9-2021 | 9

Recent experiments involving muons have blown open a hole in our current understanding of the universe.

Science & Technology

Physicist solves time travel paradox problem

9-28-2020 | 15

Physics student Germain Tobar has come up with the mathematics for what he calls 'paradox-free' time travel.

Science & Technology

Physicist pursues life-long dream of time travel

1-3-2020 | 7

University of Connecticut physics professor Ron Mallett hopes to one day build a working time machine.

Space & Astronomy

Real-life warp drive may actually be possible

9-25-2019 | 26

A concept for a faster-than-light drive that does not violate the laws of physics has been gaining momentum.

Science & Technology

First image of quantum entanglement revealed

7-13-2019 | 13

For the first time ever, scientists have managed to capture Einstein's 'spooky' phenomenon on camera.

Science & Technology

Multiple realities can exist at the same time

3-22-2019 | 45

A mind-boggling quantum physics experiment has seemingly confirmed the existence of multiple realities.

Science & Technology

Chicken and egg both came first, say physicists

9-6-2018 | 88

The peculiar realm of quantum physics has offered up its own mind-bending solution to the age-old conundrum.

Science & Technology

Work begins on Large Hadron Collider upgrade

 VIDEO  6-16-2018 | 8

The upgrade will significantly boost the facility's potential to make groundbreaking new physics discoveries.

World of the Bizarre

'Magic tree door' illusion baffles the Internet

5-27-2017 | 9

Stop-motion animator Kevin Parry has created a short video clip that seems to defy the laws of physics.

Science & Technology

Parallel universes are real, claim scientists

11-28-2016 | 231

The 'many interacting worlds' theory ties quantum physics to the idea of countless parallel universes.

Science & Technology

'Exotic matter' trio win physics Nobel Prize

10-4-2016 | 5

Three British physicists have been awarded a Nobel Prize for their work on strange forms of matter.

Science & Technology

How quickly can a vampire drink your blood ?

3-20-2016 | 21

Physics students have calculated just how long it would take for a vampire to drain your body of blood.

Science & Technology

Man builds message-receiving 'time machine'

11-3-2015 | 48

A physics professor is constructing a time machine capable of picking up messages from the future.

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