Researchers claim to have found proof we are NOT living in a simulation – Daily Mail

Daily MailResearchers claim to have found proof we are NOT living in a simulationDaily MailBut, according to Sabine Hossenfelder, a theoretical physicist at the Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies, the simulation scenario ignores the laws of nature. Such a universe that would either have to 'overthrow quantum mechanics' or rely on …

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‘Rick and Morty’ fans win a day of McDonald’s Szechuan sauce – CNET

Now you can get sauced with the condiment that’s become a cult classic.

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Fast-moving magnetic particles could enable new form of data storage

Researchers have shown that virtual particles known as skyrmions, discovered just a few years ago, hold promise as a new way of storing data — one that could overcome fundamental limits that might otherwise be signaling the end of ‘Moore’s Law.’

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Tiny aquariums put nanoparticle self-assembly on display

Seeing is believing when it comes to nanoparticle self-assembly. A team of University of Illinois engineers is observing the interactions of colloidal gold nanoparticles inside tiny aquariumlike sample containers to gain more control over the self-assembly process of engineered materials.

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Tiny aquariums put nanoparticle self-assembly on display

Seeing is believing when it comes to nanoparticle self-assembly. A team of University of Illinois engineers is observing the interactions of colloidal gold nanoparticles inside tiny aquariumlike sample containers to gain more control over the self-assembly process of engineered materials.

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Tiny aquariums put nanoparticle self-assembly on display

Seeing is believing when it comes to nanoparticle self-assembly. A team of University of Illinois engineers is observing the interactions of colloidal gold nanoparticles inside tiny aquariumlike sample containers to gain more control over the self-assembly process of engineered materials.

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GM announces two new EVs in next 18 months, shows fuel-cell vehicle – Roadshow

A pair of new electric cars based on Chevrolet’s Bolt EV are in the near-term pipeline, and a future-think fuel-cell concept stokes visions of a hydrogen future.

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Star Trek introduces the Discovery — and its mysteries – CNET

The starship that the show is named for finally turns up in episode 3, and brings with it a whole lot of questions.

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New ‘building material’ points toward quantum computers

It is possible to produce ‘Majorana particles’ in a new ‘building material,’ new research indicates. The study paves the road for new types of experiments — and at the same time represents an important contribution to the construction of the information circuits of tomorrow.

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Tiny aquariums put nanoparticle self-assembly on display

Seeing is believing when it comes to nanoparticle self-assembly. A team of engineers is observing the interactions of colloidal gold nanoparticles inside tiny aquariumlike sample containers to gain more control over the self-assembly process of engineered materials.

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