Physics & Cosmos

Cosmos, in general, relates to the structure and nature of the universe, and the nature of “the universe” relates to human systems of seeing, our ways of thinking and perception, and what can be seen, literally and figuratively, by humans in general. It is not only about the cosmos, it is about who we are and where we are going as a species.

Release of IllustrisTNG - the most perfect model of the universe

IllustrisTNG – Most perfect model of the universe

The development of computer technology has helped bring the modelling of the evolution of our universe to a qualitatively new level. Scientists received new information about the influence of black holes on the distribution of dark matter, learned more about the formation and propagation of heavy elements in space, as well as about the origin …

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Surely You're Joking, Mr. Feynman! book by bill gates

Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!

This book is not about science, but about a scientist – a Nobel laureate, a famous American physicist and a talented teacher. The collection of autobiographical stories was first published in 1985 by WW Norton, edited by Ralph Leighton, and quickly became a bestseller with a warm welcome from critics. The book was published in …

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“The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a Candle in the Darkness “, book by Carl Sagan

This is the last book of the famous popularizer of science, astronomer and astrophysicist Carl Sagan, which was published after his death. In it, the scientist considered the issues related to various pseudo-scientific theories and popular misconceptions among the commoners. The book consistently and vividly exposes myths about Atlantis and Lemuria, clarity and various manifestations …

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Wave Particle duality of electrons

Is Light Particle or Wave? Bohr considered electrons as particles and light as a wave in his development, Einstein’s concept of the existence of two theories of light (waves and particles) which had not been connected in a logical way had already been accepted. Then another renowned scientist appears Louis de Broglie, who suggested a …

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Frequency of Electromagnetic Waves

What is the Frequency of a Wave? Radio waves, microwaves, X-rays, infrared light, all these names describe, in fact, the same phenomenon: The electromagnetic waves. An electromagnetic field surrounds us always, in the same way that air surrounds us. Electromagnetic waves are disturbances in the electromagnetic field, as the sound is a disturbance of air …

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Cyclic Model of Universe

Reasons why Big Bang theory is wrong Cyclic Model of Universe proves Big bang theory wrong. Let’s take a theoretical block of the Cosmos that contains 100 billion light-years of space. In the middle of that giant block of the cosmos, we will put Edwin Hubble and his telescope. When Hubble looks in both directions …

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Universe Cycle

Facts of Universe Cycle/Oscillating Model

Cyclic Universe Theory The Universe functions as a cycle. We can first look at how physics equations actually operate to better understand the Universe Cycle. The three factors that go into the equation are there. Balance- There needs to be balance. Equation should have a balance or equality on both sides. The difference- There must be opposites between the two sides of the equation. That …

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