Share this on WhatsApp Post Views: 0 For anyone invested in NASA’s decades-long efforts to robotically explore Mars, now is the time for nail-biting. Launched last July and barreling toward the Red Planet and Jezero Crater is the space agency’s Perseverance rover, cocooned in heat-resistant shielding and set for a terrifying, technically audacious fiery nosedive […]
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On the Heels of a Light Beamby Andrea Gawrylewski Section 1: The Nature of Reality 1.1 Space: The Final Illusion
by Lee Smolin 1.2 Head Trip
by Sabine Hossenfelder 1.3 Is the Cosmos Random?
Share this on WhatsApp Post Views: 1 A team of researchers from Johns Hopkins University has set out to measure what percentage of the billions of dollars that world governments are spending on the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic might result in lasting reductions of greenhouse gas emissions. Jonas Nahm, an assistant professor of energy, […]
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