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Category Archives: This Week In The Universe
What’s been going on in the universe
Category: This Week In The Universe
Tagged (2+1), ALICE, antimatter, BF models, CERN, chernsimons theory, dark matter, EDELWEISS, Einstein@Home, Fermi bubble, gamma ray, gravity waves, group field theory, Higgs, HořavaGravity, hubble constant, LHC, LISA, low dimension, MOND, pioneer anomaly, supersymmetry, SUSY, Tevatron, top quark, topological QFT, WIMPs
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This “Week” in the Universe: February 1st – February 21st
Category: This Week In The Universe
Tagged 1102.0283, analogue, carlo rovelli, Closed Timelike Curves via Postselection, closedtimelikecurves, cold dark matter, CTCs, dark matter, dark matter detection, Deutsch, double field theory, galaxy formation, graphene, Higgs, joseph silk, loop, Loop Gravity, loop quantum gravity, postselection
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This Week in the Universe: January 25th – January 31st
Category: This Week In The Universe
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This Week in the Universe: December 20th – December 27th
Category: This Week In The Universe
Tagged 1011.3079, 1012.4541, 4D, Alam, black hole thermodynamics, black holes, Brane Holes, brane theory, dark energy, Frolov, Habib, Heitmann, Higdon, Holsclaw, large extra dimensions, Lee, Mukohyama, Nonparametric Dark Energy Reconstruction from Supernova Data, Sanso
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This Week in the Universe: December 14th – December 20th
Category: This Week In The Universe
Tagged 1001.3686, 1009.2445, 1012.1995, 1012.3375, CERN, eternal inflation, First Observational Tests of Eternal Inflation, Gravity quantized, LHC, loop quantum gravity, micro black holes, mini black holes, multiverse, pioneer anomaly, Search for Microscopic Black Hole Signatures at the Large Hadron Collider, string theory, The Pioneer Anomaly
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10 Delicious Papers from 2010
Category: Local News, This Week In The Universe
Tagged and Polymer Physics, Black Hole Entropy, Christmas, christmas cookies, Concentric circles in WMAP data may provide evidence of violent preBigBang activity, cookies, f(R) theories, geek, geek cookies, holiday, Introduction to Holographic Superconductors, Loop Gravity, math, math cookies, On the Origin of Gravity and the Laws of Newton, physics cookies, procrastination, seasonal, SevenYear Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe (WMAP) Observations, String Axiverse, The Small Scale Structure of Spacetime, Thermal time and the TolmanEhrenfest effect, Thermodynamics of HořavaLifshitz black holes
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This “Week” in the Universe: November 30th – December 13th
Category: This Week In The Universe
Tagged 2d solutions, Abhay Ashtekar, black holes, CERN, Christmas, circles in the sky, CMB, Fethi M. Ramazanoğlu, Frans Pretorius, galaxyzoo, GravityGeek, GREAT10, Gurzadyan, Ion Run, LHC, pattern matching, Penrose, Roger Penrose, The Milky Way Project, V.G. Gurzadyan
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