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What is Dark Matter?

We live in on planet Earth, where the atmosphere is made of elements such as nitrogen, oxygen, and carbon dioxide and where its inhabitants, like

Sonic Black Holes: A Model

Black holes in the Universe are mysterious phenomena. Cosmologists hardly know anything about them, and even if something is known about them, they are all

Baryogenisis: how matter came to be

One of the greatest mysteries of the Universe, apart from its reason for existing, is the question “How?” : how did we come to be,

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Technological Singularity

The Technological Singularity The great science fiction genius, Isaac Asimov, postulated the Three Laws of Robotics in “Runaround.” These three rules were firstly devised as guidelines for

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