According to the standard model of cosmology, each galaxy contains huge amounts of dark matter, which can only be detected thanks to its gravitational pull. Without it, galaxies would be torn apart, with their stars flying away from each other. Dark matter’s nature remains a mystery, a mystery that has …
- Dark times for dark matter? May 11, 2012 by Ashley Corbion.
- No faster-than-light neutrinos, in the end? February 23, 2012 by Ashley Corbion.
- Milky Way’s mysterious haze February 15, 2012 by Ashley Corbion.
- Atra Materia is on the App Store! February 10, 2012 by Ashley Corbion.
- Weighing antimatter February 3, 2012 by Ashley Corbion.
- Testing loop quantum gravity January 10, 2012 by Ashley Corbion.
- Hydrogen bombs and space travel December 5, 2011 by Ashley Corbion.
- Lights of alien worlds November 4, 2011 by Ashley Corbion.
- Dark matter just got darker October 19, 2011 by Ashley Corbion.
- Observing the Multiverse October 6, 2011 by Ashley Corbion.
Our Universe is big, really big… And it might not be the only one. Various theories predict the existence of other “bubble universes”, and some of them should occasionally collide. These collisions could be the key to confirming the existence of the multiverse.
Theoretically, the collision of two bubble universes produces …