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•  Quantum cats here and there
•  Planet 1,200 Light-years Away Is A Good Prospect For Habitability
•  Has a Hungarian Physics Lab Found a Fifth Force of Nature?
•  Silicon quantum computers take shape in Australia
•  New Support for Alternative Quantum View
•  Dark matter does not include certain axion-like particles
•  Scientists discover new form of light
•  How light is detected affects the atom that emits it
•  AI learns and recreates Nobel-winning physics experiment
•  Scientists Talk Privately About Creating a Synthetic Human Genome
•  Boiling Water May Be Cause of Martian Streaks
•  Three Newly Discovered Planets Are the Best Bets for Life Outside the Solar System
•  The real reasons nothing can go faster than the speed of light
•  Physicists Abuzz About Possible New Particle as CERN Revs Up
•  Are we the only intelligent life in cosmos? Probably not, say astronomers
•  Could 'black hole' in a lab finally help Stephen Hawking win a Nobel Prize?
•  Gravitational lens reveals hiding dwarf dark galaxy
•  Leonardo Da Vinci's Living Relatives Found
•  Stephen Hawking: We Probably Won't Find Aliens Anytime Soon
•  Measurement of Universe's expansion rate creates cosmological puzzle
•  Stephen Hawking Helps Launch Project 'Starshot' for Interstellar Space Exploration
•  'Bizarre' Group of Distant Black Holes are Mysteriously Aligned
•  Isaac Newton: handwritten recipe reveals fascination with alchemy
•  If there is a planet beyond Neptune, what is it like?
•  The "R" in RNA can easily be made in space, and that has implications for life beyond Earth
•  Surprise! Gigantic Black Hole Found in Cosmic Backwater
•  New Bizarre State of Matter Seems to Split Fundamental Particles
•  Is Mysterious 'Planet Nine' Tugging on NASA Saturn Probe?
•  Researchers made the smallest diode using a DNA molecule
•  Astronomers Discover Colossal 'Super Spiral' Galaxies
•  How a distant planet could have killed the dinosaurs
•  Search for alien signals expands to 20,000 star systems
•  Video: ESA Euronews - Is there life on the Red Planet?
•  New Tetraquark Particle Sparks Doubts
•  7 Theories on the Origin of Life
•  NIST Creates Fundamentally Accurate Quantum Thermometer
•  DNA data storage could last thousands of years
•  Hints of new LHC particle get slightly stronger
•  Snake walk: The physics of slithering
•  Astronomers discover a new galaxy far, far(ther) away
•  Space experts warn Congress that NASA’s “Journey to Mars” is illusory
•  Never-Seen-Before Tetraquark Particle Possibly Spotted in Atom Smasher
•  ET search: Look for the aliens looking for Earth
•  Physicists create first photonic Maxwell's demon
•  Black holes banish matter into cosmic voids
•  How NASA's new telescope could unlock some mysteries of the universe
•  5D Black Holes Could Break Relativity
•  Reactor data hint at existence of fourth neutrino
•  Single-particle ‘spooky action at a distance’ finally demonstrated
•  NASA and 'Star Trek' Combine Forces to Make Replicators a Reality
•  'Five-dimensional' glass discs can store data for up to 13.8 billion years
•  The Hubble Space Telescope Just Snapped Photos of the Biggest Black Hole We've Ever Observed
•  LIGO Discovers the Merger of Two Black Holes
•  Einstein's gravitational waves 'seen' from black holes
•  Earth-like Planets Have Earth-like Interiors
•  Physicists find signs of four-neutron nucleus
•  Have Gravitational Waves Finally Been Spotted?
•  Astronomers build Earth-sized telescope to see Milky Way black hole
•  The telescope gets its first major upgrade in centuries
•  New Theory of Secondary Inflation Expands Options for Avoiding an Excess of Dark Matter
•  Stephen Hawking: Black Holes Have 'Hair
•  the Riemann Hypothesis has finally been SOLVED by a Nigerian professor
•  Physicists propose the first scheme to teleport the memory of an organism
•  Scientists struggle to stay grounded after possible gravitational wave signal
•  NASA's Kepler Comes Roaring Back with 100 New Exoplanet Finds
•  Physicists figure out how to retrieve information from a black hole
•  New study asks: Why didn't the universe collapse?
•  Physicists in Europe Find Tantalizing Hints of a Mysterious New Particl
•  German physicists see landmark in nuclear fusion quest
•  Scientists detect the magnetic field that powers our galaxy’s supermassive black hole
•  Controversial experiment sees no evidence that the universe is a hologram
•  How to encrypt a message in the afterglow of the big bang
•  LISA Pathfinder Heads to Space
•  Scientists Create New Kind Of Diamond At Room Temperature
•  Japanese scientists create touchable holograms
•  Positrons Are Plentiful In Ultra-Intense Laser Blasts
•  Scientists Link Moon’s Tilt and Earth’s Gold
•  NASA's New 'Star Trek' Tech Is Designed to Detect Alien Life
•  A Century Ago, Einstein’s Theory of Relativity Changed Everything
•  Is Earth Growing a Hairy Dark Matter 'Beard'?
•  Scientists caught a new planet forming for the first time ever
•  Experiment records extreme quantum weirdness
•  Scientists look into hydrogen atom, find old recipe for pi
•  Strong forces make antimatter stick
•  Birth of universe modeled in massive data simulation
•  Modern Mystery: Ancient Comet Is Spewing Oxygen
•  Ingredients for Life Were Always Present on Earth, Comet Suggests
•  Life May Have Begun 4.1 Billion Years Ago on an Infant Earth
•  Earth Bloomed Early: A Fermi Paradox Solution?
•  Perfectly accurate clocks turn out to be impossible
•  Our Universe: It's the 'Simplest' Thing We Know
•  Baylor Physicist Appointed to Management Team of Major Scientific Experiment at CERN
•  They're Out There! Most People Believe in E.T.
•  Salty Water Flows on Mars Today, Boosting Odds for Life
•  Democracy suffers a blow—in particle physics
•  Evidence suggests subatomic particles could defy the standard model
•  Extreme Conditions Create 'Perfect,' but Fleeting, Matter
•  Quantum weirdness proved real in first loophole-free experiment
•  Astronomers discover the biggest thing in the Universe
•  Possible new particle hints that universe may not be left-handed

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