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Scientists do not know exactly why the universe is expanding at an ever-accelerating pace, but the most popular theory is that this growth is being driven by dark energy, the theoretical force thought to make up 68...

source: Newsweek

Most of the Milky Way’s antimatter may come from the explosive collisions of white dwarf stars, a new study finds. The work may solve a 40-year-old astrophysics mystery.

source: Scientific American

A husband and wife scientist duo from Poland has developed a computer model that simulates how vocabulary exchanges occur between settlers and nomads. According to their results, the nomadic groups are more likely to adopt words from settlers than the other way around. Read...

source: InsideScience

The Universe is a strange place. Apart from the normal matter that we see around us, there appears to be a far larger amount of matter that we cannot see—the infamous dark matter. Even more puzzling, the Universe seems to be bathed in a similarly invisible dark energy,...

source: Ars Technica

An experiment called XENON1T buried beneath a mountain in Gran Sasso, Italy has just released its first results. There’s still no sign of dark matter—but no one’s losing hope yet.

source: Gizmodo

Four years ago, theoretical physicists proposed a new quantum-communication scheme with a striking feature: it did not require the transmission of any physical particles. The research raised eyebrows, but now a team of physicists in China claims it has demonstrated that...

source: PhysicsWorld

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