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Is the search for dark energy a dead end? | Cosmos
In 2006, I ventured to the Carnegie Institution in Washington DC. There, I had a long conversation with the astronomer Vera Rubin. Thirty-six years earlier, she was one of the first modern cosmologists to suggest that a huge part of the universe was missing. via Pocket
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13 days ago by eemorningwood
David Tong: Cambridge Lecture Notes on Theoretical Physics
David Tong: Lectures on Theoretical Physics Dynamics and Relativity An introduction to Newtonian Mechanics and Special Relativity, aimed at first year…
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15 days ago by asaltydog
The Mysterious 137 – Richard Feynman
If you have ever read Cargo Cult Science by Richard Feynman, you know that he believed that there were still many things that experts, or in this case, physicists, did not know. One of these 'unknowns' that he pointed out often to all of his colleagues was the mysterious number 137.
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5 weeks ago by asaltydog

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