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The cause of this is a distorted dark matter halo
About 50 million years after the big bang, we will be able to measure the evolution of the universe and its composition by measuring radio waves from the moon
A special article in honor of Hebrew new year summarizing the creation of the world through the lens of science
Researchers around the world are looking for an explanation for the mystery of dark matter and the problem of hierarchy. The two problems seem completely different, but according to researchers from Johns Gutenberg University in Germany, both can be solved with the help of a compact fifth dimension. The estimated model does not contradict the experimental data discovered in current accelerators and predicts a new particle with a mass of 30TeV that may be discovered in future accelerators
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