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Antimatter is a shadowy mirror image of the ordinary matter we are familiar with. For the first time, scientists have measured the forces that make certain antimatter particles stick together. The findings, published in Nature, may yield clues to what led to the scarcity of antimatter in the cosmos today.

Peering at the debris from particle collisions that recreate the conditions of the very early universe, scientists have for the first time measured the force of interaction between pairs of antiprotons. Like the force that .

The information age is powered by fiber-optic cables buried in the sea bed. This incredible map reveals the sprawling network of the underwater Internet.

Telegeography has published the 2014 edition of its submarine cable map, providing an excellent representation of the infrastructure that makes global

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I think that soon they will have to start putting traffic signal lights in space ... or else gonna be a mess like on indian roads :P                                              #Astronomy: NASA The Next Chapter in #infographic

What's Next for NASA: Planned Missions Through 2030 In honor of NASA's Anniversary we put together this infographic that shows NASA's planned expeditions through Do you think man will travel to Mars by

LHC achieves record-energy collisions | symmetry magazine

Record-Breaking Energy Unleashed in Largest Atom Smasher Protons collide at 13 tera-electronvolts, sending showers of particles through the CMS detector inside the Large Hadron Collider.

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The Universe, as we know it, has a fundamental flaw staring us right in our faces, letting us know that our knowledge is incomplete. The four fundamental forces are described by two different and…

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The Universe, as we know it, has a fundamental flaw staring us right in our faces, letting us know that our knowledge is incomplete. The four fundamental forces are described by two different and…