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Discovery of the Fifth Dimension

(1) Comments | Posted March 12, 2013 | 7:00 AM

The 2012 records of quantum teleportation on earth do not describe any kind of Stargate technology that would allow us to travel from one point in the universe to another at an instant. However, the effect leads to the discovery of at least one additional fifth dimension on top of...

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Quantum Teleportation - World Records 2012 and Outlook

(6) Comments | Posted October 4, 2012 | 7:47 PM

Teleportation and Quantum Teleportation

Teleportation is generally understood as an immediate transfer of matter from one point in our universe to another. This method to travel through space is a speculative theory, only plausible in case of the existence of natural wormholes, i.e. flaws in the regular weave of space-time,...

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CERN's Higgs Boson and its Quantum Background Field

(1) Comments | Posted July 8, 2012 | 12:48 PM

All elementary particles that have been observed in Geneva at CERN are either fermions or bosons. Fermions build all known types of matter, bosons are either photons or W- and Z-bosons or gluons. Photons carry the forces of the electromagnetic fields, W- and Z-bosons mediate the weak force of radioactive...

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The Mayan Calendar and the Risks to Life on Earth

(1) Comments | Posted May 25, 2012 | 4:25 PM

The Mayan calendar is interpreted to precisely describe on the very day the present fourth era, having started on 11 August 3114 BC and ending on the 21 December 2012. It actually does not describe the end of the world that we know and of mankind on earth in December...

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The Universe of Strings - A Contemporary View and Outlook

(189) Comments | Posted May 18, 2012 | 9:20 AM

String physicists assume that energetic pieces of threads are the keys to quantum gravity and to everything else of our perceived reality throughout the universe. The basic elements of this theory are "strings" or membranes, i.e. subatomic one-dimensional energy threads and built areas. The vibrations of these strings generate everything...

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The Discovery of a Powerful Black Hole Hurricane

(1) Comments | Posted March 20, 2012 | 9:53 AM

28.000 light years away from Earth, towards the center of our Milky Way, an unexpectedly mighty hurricane blows around a tiny black hole. It is the strongest wind ever observed by astronomers and a great surprise because these pushed off particles exceed the speed of 32 million k.p.h., ie about...

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Evolution Link to Quantum Physics, Dark Energy and Human Population

(4) Comments | Posted March 7, 2012 | 4:12 AM

Eastern New Mexico University - Dr. Henryk Frystacki, interviewed by Dr. Michael Shaughnessy

1. Dr. Frystacki, you have just written a paper on your views on pending evolution. What brought this about?

Together with some other scientists, I am convinced that humans are likely to meet a new kind...

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Evolution Leap Caused by 10 Billion Humans

(2) Comments | Posted February 28, 2012 | 7:36 AM

Humans are likely to meet a dramatic evolution leap once Earth's population exceeds 10 billion, as estimated for the year 2100. This kind of evolution step will completely differ from any of the previous evolution processes on Earth, caused by different natural catastrophes, and may lead to a new era...

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New Paradigm of High Energy Physics on the Verge

(0) Comments | Posted November 30, 2011 | 5:01 AM

Public interest around the globe is again focused on the CERN project in Geneva because of the disputed discovery of neutrinos that seemed to travel faster through Earth than light in a vacuum. Scientists seem to have successfully repeated this experiment.

One main target of the experiments...

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What Inflates the Universe? - A Reflection on the Nobel Prize 2011 for Physics

(3) Comments | Posted October 31, 2011 | 6:46 AM

The Nobel Prize in Physics 2011 honored revolutionary, completely unexpected observations of the inflation of our universe. The Award was divided: One half was awarded to Saul Perlmutter and the other half jointly to Brian Schmidt and Adam Riess "for the discovery of the accelerating expansion of the Universe through...

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Upending Physics? Spectacular Aspects of Neutrinos Below, at, or Above Speed of Light

(3) Comments | Posted September 28, 2011 | 7:00 PM

A neutrino beam from a CERN lab in Geneva, Switzerland to the 454 miles remote INFN Gran Sasso lab in Italy seemed to travel 0.0025 percent faster through earth than speed of light in a vacuum. Some undisputed pillars of classical physics will completely totter if this experiment turns out...

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