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An unfortunate mix of electricity and bourbon has led to a new discovery. After lightning hit a Jim Beam warehouse in 2003, a nearby lake was set ablaze when the distilled spirit spilled into the water and ignited. Spiraling tornadoes of fire leapt from the surface. In a...

source: ScienceNews

The "proton radius puzzle" has been reinforced by a precise measurement of an atomic transition in muonic deuterium, which suggests the radius of the deuterium nucleus is much smaller than expected. This latest result tallies with a...

source: PhysicsWorld

Some say apps that make learning fun are key, but what’s lost when all that learning is spent looking at a screen?

source: The Atlantic

Labs are vying to build ever-bigger colliders against a backdrop of uncertainty about particle physics.

source: Scientific American

Oh, beautiful, sweet-smelling coffee, we love you so. But it turns out, we may not know you as well as we thought we did. Despite our undying devotion, we may have been holding our coffee cups incorrectly for pretty much our entire lives.

source: Refinery29

Physicists have proposed a method for entangling hundreds of atoms, and then entangling a dozen or so groups of these hundreds of atoms, resulting in a quantum network of thousands of entangled atoms. Since small bundles of these...

source: PhysOrg


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