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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: October 12th – October 25th
Category: This Week In The Universe
Tagged AdS/CFT correspondence, astrophysics, cosmic distance ladder, cosmology, dark matter, experimental quantum gravity, funding, gamma rays, general relativity, HoravaLifshitz gravity, Inflation, loop, loop quantum gravity, neutrinos, observatory, pulsars, quantum gravity, standard candle, string theory, supernovae, symmetry breaking
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This Week in the Universe: October 5th – October 11th
Category: This Week In The Universe
Tagged astrophysics, cosmology, curved space, dark matter, funding, magnetic fields, quarkgluon plasma, quarks, quasars
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