Tag: cosmos

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    Galaxies. Dancing… Galaxies millions of light years away seem to be connected by an unseen network of massive intergalactic structures, which force them to synchronize in ways that can’t be explained by existing astrophysics, Vice reports. In particular, there have been many instances of astronomers observing galaxies that seem to be connected and moving in […]

  • Back in time…

    Back in time…

    Time, as far as we know, moves only in one direction. But in 2018, researchers found events in some gamma-ray burst pulses that seemed to repeat themselves as though they were going backwards in time. Recent research suggests a potential answer for what might be causing this time reversibility effect. If waves within the relativistic […]

  • Self-assembling


    Chemists have created a new material that self-assembles into 2D networks in a predictable and reproducible manner. They have successfully synthesized a complex material by design — paving the way for its suite of new properties to be applied in many fields. (1) Self-assembling materials… Self-assembling continents… Self-assembling planets… Self-assembling stars… Look everything from above […]

  • Massive filaments fuel the growth of galaxies and supermassive black holes

    Massive filaments fuel the growth of galaxies and supermassive black holes

    Based on direct observations researchers have discovered massive filaments between galaxies in a proto-cluster, extending over more than 1 million parsecs and providing the fuel for intense formation of stars and the growth of super massive black holes within the proto-cluster. (1) A filament fit for space: Silk is proven to thrive in outer space […]

  • Reading. Seeing. Seeing better!

    Reading. Seeing. Seeing better!

    Reading is a recent invention in the history of human culture — too recent for dedicated brain networks to have evolved specifically for it. How, then, do we accomplish this remarkable feat? As we learn to read, a brain region known as the ‘visual word form area’ (VWFA) becomes sensitive to script (letters or characters). […]