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Op-Ed: The Big Bang in nano frequencies – New tech, new accessibility

Copenhagen - The Big Bang is getting a makeover from new technology. Researchers at the University of Copenhagen use nano tech to detect radio waves and filter out extraneous signals. It's called an "optical transducer."
In the Media by Paul Wallis

ESA's Planck Space Telescope takes final look back in time

Darmstadt - The European Space Agency (ESA) switched off its Planck space telescope for good at 12:10:27 UT, Thursday. Planck spent over four years peering back in time, studying background radiation from the Big Bang that gave birth to our Universe.
In the Media by Robert Myles - 1 comment

Stephen Hawking: The universe did not need God to create it

The famous theoretical astrophysicist Stephen Hawking, addressing a large audience at the California Institute of Technology on April 16, said that the Universe did not need a divine creator to bring it into being.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 16 comments

Listen to the sound of the Big Bang (2013 HD wave)

Sydney - Sound doesn’t travel in space? It does, in some forms, and it did during the early days of the universe. The sound of the Big Bang as a waveform is an interesting, if somewhat baffling, exercise in listening.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 5 comments

Physicists: Earth may be breaking through dark matter walls

University of Victoria physicists concluded earth may be traveling through dark matter walls, on its way through a universe of force fields dividing dark matter bubbles created after the big bang, and detecting this should be possible with today's tools.

The anatomy of flooding in Olongapo City, Philippines Special

Using early 80s as reference, people of Olongapo City,(Zambales,Central Luzon, Philippines) can not pin point a recorded instance of worst flood. Torrential rains have never been threats to this silent and united community.
Digital Journal Report by Alfredo Ancheta

The anatomy of flooding in Olongapo City, Philippines Special

Using early 80s as reference, people of Olongapo City,(Zambales,Central Luzon, Philippines) can not pin point a recorded instance of worst flood. Torrential rains have never been threats to this silent and united community.
Digital Journal Report by Alfredo Ancheta

Canadian scientists are the first to measure the antimatter atom

Burnaby - A team of Canadian physicists have measured an antimatter atom for the first time. The research could prove to be important in understanding the Big Bang and the creation of the universe.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 1 comment

Op-Ed: Gigantic black holes raise bigger questions

Astronomy is now ablaze with the news of a monster black hole, ten times the size of the solar system, with the mass of 21 billion suns. The questions this monster raises are bigger than it is, and science needs some answers.
In the Media by Paul Wallis - 9 comments

Op-Ed: Comet Elenin, Nibiru - On science of fear and fearlessness

Should we fear Comet Elenin, Nibiru and other celestial phenomena and speculation? Is there a scientific basis for fear and fearlessness? Richard Hoagland claims the comet represents another plot like 9/11 to create mass fear (video).
In the Media by Steffan Ileman - 1 comment
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The Cosmic microwave background (CMB) as observed by Planck, is a snapshot of the oldest light in our Universe, imprinted on the sky when the Universe was just 380 000 years old
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