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Black Hole Phenomenon Spurns Laws of Astrophysics
The phenomenon of a black hole in outer space is something which spurns all the laws of astrophysics. In fact, it goes against the very grain of science and the scientific.
Read more Nov 28 2013, 2:40am CST


Comments of the Week #6: From Matter/Antimatter to Eclipses [Starts With A Bang]

Source: ScienceBlogs

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“It is dangerous to be right in matters on which the established authorities are wrong.” -Voltaire It’s been another great week over on the main Starts With A Bang blog, where we got to touch on a number of remarkable topics, including: Why are we made of matter? (For Ask Ethan #31) Trompe-l’œil Art (For our Weekend Diversion) The Farthest Messier Object for now, M58 (For Messier Monday) The secret of ...
Full article at: ScienceBlogs 3 days ago, 10:26pm CDT

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Ellen Degeneres Gives A Quirky Quantum Physics Lesson (VIDEO)

Source: Huffington Post: College

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Who knew physics could be funny? Well, it can be if comedian Ellen Degeneres is your professor. On a recent episode of her NBC talk show, the beloved comedian gave her own hilarious take on quantum mechanics and black holes. Just check out the YouTube video above. "Here is a black hole," Ellen says in the video. "You can all see it, right? Wrong, you can't. They're invisible. No one has ever seen one. They're like an ugly puppy ...
Full article at: Huffington Post: College Apr 6 2014, 9:52am CDT

Supermassive Black Holes Were Born Big, Spacecraft Data Suggest

Source: The Huffington Post

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The gigantic black holes that lurk at the hearts of galaxies were apparently born big. The central black holes in dwarf galaxies — the "seeds" that grow into the monsters at the core of the Milky Way and other large galaxies — are probably surprisingly weighty, containing 1,000 to 10,000 times the mass of our sun, a new study reports. The finding goes against one popular theory of supermassive black hole evolution, suggesting that galaxy mergers aren't necessar ...
Full article at: The Huffington Post Mar 30 2014, 10:37am CDT

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