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The Great Unsolved Problems in Physics: the End of the Universe

The Great Unsolved Problems in Physics: the End of the Universe

| May 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

After the scientific model of the big bang has become the (almost) universally accepted theory for the beginning of the universe, such questions as the ultimate fate of our universe became possible to answer scientifically. Today, with the recent theoretical advancements and ever-more-accurate observational data, scientists are able to make quantifiable predictions about the end […]

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The Great Unsolved Problems in Physics: The Space Roar

The Great Unsolved Problems in Physics: The Space Roar

| March 16, 2013 | 2 Comments

Last time we had a look at a rather exotic problem of extra spatial dimensions, so how about we switch to cosmology this time. In this edition of “The Great Unsolved Problems in Physics” we take a look at a problem, which happens to have a really cool name — the Space Roar. So what is the […]

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