An analysis of cyclical changes in the light spectrum emitted by Proxima Centauri, the star closest to the Sun, suggests it may be orbited by a second planet. This candidate planet orbits Proxima Centauri every 5.2 years and may be a “super-Earth,” with a mass higher than Earth’s, though much lower than that of the Solar System ice giants Uranus and Neptune.
There May Be a “Super-Earth” Orbiting the Nearest Star to the Sun
Years ago, one of the world’s brightest physicists, Stephen Hawking predicted that quantum particles will slowly escape black holes, which went against Albert Einstein’s hypothesis that nothing can leave the gravity of these space objects. Fresh findings might confirm the British scientist’s theory.
Will Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity Soon Be Proven False?
This video report covers the journey of the New Horizons space probe to the dwarf planet Pluto and what it discovered about Pluto’s moons, geological features, and atmosphere.
A provocative paper published in the journal Nature Astronomy argues that the universe may curve around and close in on itself like a sphere, rather than lying flat like a sheet of paper as the standard theory of cosmology predicts. The authors reanalyzed a major cosmological data set and concluded that the data favors a closed universe with 99% certainty — even as other evidence suggests the universe is flat.
What Shape Is the Universe? A New Study Suggests We’ve Got It All Wrong
Over the last few decades, machine learning has revolutionized many sectors of society, with machines learning to drive cars, identify tumors and play chess – often surpassing their human counterparts. Now, a team of scientists have shown that machines can also beat theoretical physicists at their own game, solving complex problems just as accurately as scientists, but considerably faster.
Researchers Develop a Machine Capable of Solving Complex Problems in Theoretical Physics
Radionics is a method of healing and diagnosis at a distance that involves the etheric life energy and the fact that everything is connected. Dr. Ruth Drown was one of the pioneers of this field who invented the Radio Vision camera and other instruments. See the following article:
Dr. Ruth Drown – America’s Greatest Radionics Innovator
The jump drive is a faster-than-light propulsion concept that is similar to the idea of teleportation over vast distances. This concept was first suggested in science fiction stories written by Isaac Asimov and Robert Heinlein. More recently, Dr. Takaaki Musha, a Japanese physicist, has developed a scientific explanation of how the jump drive might actually work. That is the subject of this video report.
An Australian fusion startup called HB11, a spin-off from the University of New South Wales, claims to have found a way to revolutionize current nuclear fusion technology, potentially laying the groundwork for a new era of power generation without running the risk of a nuclear meltdown. Fusion has been the holy grail of energy production for decades, but there have been significant technical challenges. HB11 has developed a new approach that is extremely simplified and significantly cheaper.
Nuclear Fusion Startup Claims It’s on the Way to Providing ‘Unlimited’ Energy
This seems far out, but there may be something to it, at least in theory.
Back to the Future, For Real? Scientist Reportedly Comes Up With a ‘Time Travel Equation’
From Sputnik News
As Professor Mallett explained, a circulating beam of laser lights could, in theory, produce a “twisting of time” that would allow one to travel into the past, albeit only to a certain point.
While time travel still remains the stuff of science fiction, a physics professor from the University of Connecticut named Ron Mallett postulates that, perhaps not today but eventually, it might be possible.
The rapid expansion of the volume of scientific information suggests the eradication of all diseases and aging itself is not beyond the reach of modern medicine today. Futurists predict the eradication of all disease as well as aging itself. Valid strategies and practices now exist to reliably make 120-year lifespans and health spans common. Longevity seekers can readily find an anti-aging pill once they understand the cause of aging.
Modern Man May Be Closer To The Discovery And Adoption Of An Anti-Aging Pill Than You Think
Artificial intelligence (AI) could now speed the development of safe, clean and virtually limitless fusion energy for generating electricity. A major step in this direction is under way at the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) and Princeton University, where a team of scientists is for the first time applying deep learning — a powerful new version of AI — to forecast sudden disruptions that can halt fusion reactions. The use of artificial intelligence is exploding across the sciences and is the most intriguing area of scientific growth right now.
Artificial Intelligence Accelerates Development of Limitless Fusion Energy