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Physics News of the Week: Mysterious Radio Bursts

Physics News of the Week: Mysterious Radio Bursts

| August 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

This week the top 3 news stories concentrate on revolutionary surfaces that can control fluid movement, mysterious bursts that baffled astronomers and the physics defying space drive that has been confirmed by the NASA scientists. If you would like to receive these news straight to your email, register for our newsletter. 1. Close Encounters of […]

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Bone-Chilling Symphonies of the Planets

| May 13, 2012 | 3 Comments

Originating in ancient Greece, the Aeolian harp is a remarkable musical instrument that is played by the wind, which initiates harmonic resonances to create the harp’s eerie sound. The Aeolian harp takes its name from the Greek god of the wind, Aeolus, as its other-worldly sounds are initiated by the movement of the wind over its strings. […]

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