There’s a battle going on at the edge of the universe, but it’s getting fought right here on Earth.
THE end of the universe is about to get interesting. Most data favours a slow fade into a silent, frozen oblivion. But a new analysis suggests the cosmos could gradually tear itself apart, galaxy from galaxy and atom from atom. Or at least, we can’t rule it out.
One equation brings together the two cornerstones of modern physics: quantum mechanics and relativity
White holes are basically black holes in reverse: They eject all the matter sucked into a black hole. We’ve never observed one, and most astrophysicists suspect they don’t exist – all because they’re not the exact opposite of black holes.
The world is at the start of a renaissance in supersonic and hypersonic flight that will transform aviation, but the effort will need steady commitment and funding if the United States wants to lead the way, congressional leaders and industry officials said at a forum late last month.
The Canadian military has investigated a mysterious pinging sound coming from the sea floor in a remote region of the Arctic, officials have told the BBC.
A commercial diver working near Haida Gwaii off Canada’s west coast has spotted a strange object on the seafloor that bears a striking resemblance to a nuclear device lost from a US B-36 bomber that crashed in the area 66 years ago. The Canadian government is sending naval ships to investigate.