A strand of spaghetti snaps easily, but an exotic substance known as nuclear pasta is an entirely different story. Predicted to exist in ultradense dead stars called neutron stars, nuclear pasta may be the strongest material in the universe.
The Prince of Wales made the Royal intervention in a GQ magazine interview marking his forthcoming 70th birthday. Charles said he “utterly” objected to the trend of people somehow becoming “part human, part machine”. He was spoke the magazine as the was presented with the Editor’s Lifetime Achievement Award for services to philanthropy at the GQ Men of the Year Awards.
Elon Musk thinks we’re all probably trapped in a “Matrix”-like pseudoexistence. The universe is 13.8 billion years old, so any civilizations that may have arisen throughout the cosmos have had loads and loads of time to hone their technological know-how, the SpaceX founder and CEO explained early this morning (Sept.
There’s a monster out there. It’s far away, buried deep in the past. But scientists can see it. And thanks to a new international imaging project, they’ve begun to understand it, too. The monster is a galaxy that formed in the first billion years after the Big Bang.