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Schrödinger's Cat could be visible after all

Schrödinger's Cat could be visible after all | oAnth's day by day interests - via its scoop.it contacts | Scoop.it
Schrödinger's Cat could be (almost) as easy to observe as the internet's millions of LOLcats, with confirmation that there may be a way round Heisenberg's famous Uncertainty ...

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Confirmed: Cosmic Rays Come From Exploding Stars : 80beats

Confirmed: Cosmic Rays Come From Exploding Stars : 80beats | oAnth's day by day interests - via its scoop.it contacts | Scoop.it

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Scientists have known about these ridiculously energetic and high-velocity particles for nearly a hundred years. In daily life, cosmic rays may be familiar as the source of extra radiation airline passengers are exposed to. However scientists have been uncertain about where cosmic rays come from. The extreme conditions of temperature and speed that accompany supernovae and their remains made them a natural starting point for guesses. Now two separate Science papers finally provide evidence that cosmic rays do indeed come from supernovae remnants.


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LHC team observes first instance of D-mesons oscillating between matter and antimatter

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(Phys.org) —Researchers working at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) have observed for the first time evidence of D-mesons oscillating between matter and antimatter.

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Put simply, antimatter is identical to matter except that it exists with an opposite electrical charge. In this new research, the team was studying mesons—a group that along with other particles are made up of quarks. Mesons are made up of just two quarks, one matter, the other antimatter. Research over the years has led to theories that the quarks that exist as part of mesons, can oscillate between matter and antimatter.

 

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