Unexpected Electrical Current Discovered That Could Stabilize Fusion Reactions

Unexpected Electrical Current Discovered That Could Stabilize Fusion Reactions

A scientific journal SciTechDaily published findings of Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory about electrical currents that can form in ways not known before. Electric current is everywhere, from powering homes to controlling the plasma that fuels fusion reactions to possibly giving rise to vast cosmic...
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Neutral hydrogen from other galaxies detected for first time

Neutral hydrogen from other galaxies detected for first time

In a development that could finally shed light on dark matter, an international team of scientists have detected neutral hydrogen atoms, from a galaxy other than our own, for the very first time. The finding came thanks to the enormous...
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Physicists see extremely strong light, high heat from nanogaps between plasmonic electrodes

Physicists see extremely strong light, high heat from nanogaps between plasmonic electrodes

Seeing light emerge from a nanoscale experiment didn’t come as a big surprise to Rice University physicists. But it got their attention when that light was 10,000 times brighter than they expected. Condensed matter physicist Doug Natelson and his colleag...
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NASA Announces “Lattice Confinement Fusion”

NASA Announces “Lattice Confinement Fusion”

NASA Glenn Research Center published article Lattice Confinement Fusion: NASA Discovers Potential New Power-Generation Method. Excerpt: Lattice Confinement Fusion NASA Discovers Potential New Power-Generation Method A team of NASA researchers seeking a new ene...
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Science: Zitterbewegung structure in electrons and photons

Science: Zitterbewegung structure in electrons and photons

Here is an excerpt from one of the works of Dr. David Hestenes. Although at first glance it may seem too abstract to the average reader, a few months later the topic of Zitterbewegung may be one of the most...
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Science: Superconductivity – It’s hydrogen’s fault

Science: Superconductivity – It’s hydrogen’s fault

Last summer, a new age for high-temperature superconductivity was proclaimed—the nickel age. It was discovered that there are promising superconductors in a special class of materials, the so-called nickelates, which can conduct electric current without any ...
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Japanese Scientists: Enhancement of Excess Thermal Power in Interaction of Nano-Metal and H(D)

Japanese Scientists: Enhancement of Excess Thermal Power in Interaction of Nano-Metal and H(D)

A new paper has been posted on the ResearchGate website by a Japanese team of scientists led by Osaka University professor emeritus Akito Takahashi, reporting successful production of excess heat from nano-metal and hydrogen/deuterium gas experimental systems....
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‘Ghost Particles’ From Inside Earth Caught in Underground Lab

‘Ghost Particles’ From Inside Earth Caught in Underground Lab

Ghost Particles From Mysterious Radioactive Processes Inside Earth Caught in Underground Lab. Deep under our feet, radioactive decay is happening and sending up elusive particles called geoneutrinos. They are very hard to detect, but years of research and obse...
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LIGO detects its second neutron star collision

LIGO detects its second neutron star collision

For the second time, a collision between two neutron stars in another galaxy has rattled a gravitational-wave detector on Earth. But this duo is being much more coy than the first. In 2017, astronomers announced with much fanfare that they...
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Invisible Quantum Weirdness Enables Heat Energy to Travel Through Complete Vacuum

Invisible Quantum Weirdness Enables Heat Energy to Travel Through Complete Vacuum

In a surprising new study, University of California, Berkeley, researchers show that heat energy can travel through a complete vacuum thanks to invisible quantum fluctuations. To conduct the challenging experiment, the team engineered extremely thin silicon ni...
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Scientists develop new kind of photon beam which may be secret weapon against cancer

Scientists develop new kind of photon beam which may be secret weapon against cancer

Scientists have made a major breakthrough using non-toxic silicon nanocrystals to create higher-energy light which could create the next generation of high-tech cancer treatments. Researchers from the University of California, Riverside and the University of T...
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ICCF-22 International Conference on Condensed Matter in Assisi, Italy

ICCF-22 International Conference on Condensed Matter in Assisi, Italy

Lutz Jaitner talks at ICCF-22 about some observations of strange physical phenomenon where electrons and matter form a special state which are predicted to have extreme internal forces that lead to non-standard behaviour.  
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Interacting Floquet polaritons

Interacting Floquet polaritons

Scientists Logan W. Clark, Ningyuan Jia, Nathan Schine, Claire Baum, Alexandros Georgakopoulos & Jonathan Simon published their work about colliding photons and interacting polaritons. Abstract: Ordinarily, photons do not interact with one another. However...
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University of Chicago created part-matter, part-light new ‘hybrid particles’

University of Chicago created part-matter, part-light new ‘hybrid particles’

Part-matter, part-light: Newly discovered ‘hybrid particles’ open doors to exciting new tech. Scientists have managed to create ‘hybrid’ particles from photons and atoms, crafting light that behaves like matter. The breakthrough could lead to revolutio...
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Northwestern University: Electron-Behaving Nanoparticles Rock Current Understanding of Matter

Northwestern University: Electron-Behaving Nanoparticles Rock Current Understanding of Matter

Electron-behaving nanoparticles rock current understanding of matter. Discovery will lead to new methods for materials design. It’s not an electron. But it sure does act like one. Northwestern University researchers have made a strange and startling discove...
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