Particle Accelerator

Particle Accelerator Dedicated to Art

Recently in Paris, a particle accelerator has been dedicated to art and this happens to be the world’s first particle accelerator dedicated for such purpose. The 37-meter huge installation is underneath the Paris museum. The sole purpose is to authenticate the paintings. It bears an upgrade cost of 2.1 million (approx.) and can determine the chemical makeup of objects without the need to take samples. … Continue reading Particle Accelerator Dedicated to Art

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Oldest Water

World’s Oldest Water Trapped in a “Shadow Zone” Deep in the Ocean

The age of any ocean water is calculated on the basis of its re-circulation process. Typically it takes few days to few years, to come in contact with the atmosphere. But deep in the North Pacific Ocean, there is a place that has remained trapped in a “shadow zone” 2 km below the sea surface for near about 2000 years. A group of scientists from … Continue reading World’s Oldest Water Trapped in a “Shadow Zone” Deep in the Ocean

Higgs

Quantum Computation and Machine Learning to Find The Higgs Boson

In the 60’s several physicists proposed a mechanism to explain the mass of the most basic building blocks of the Universe. Peter Higgs was one of them and suggested an unstable subatomic particle boson (Higgs Boson) with no spin, electric charge, or color charge responsible for the mass. On July 4, 2012, the ATLAS and CMS experiments at CERN’s Large Hadron Collider discovered the boson … Continue reading Quantum Computation and Machine Learning to Find The Higgs Boson

Tiangong

The Heavenly Palace, Tiangong, will soon crash into Earth

Tiangong-1 aka Heavenly Palace, China’s first space station, has accelerated its descent towards Earth and expected to hit the ground within months. Since its launch in 2011, it has served three space missions including China’s first female astronauts, Liu Yang and Wang Yaping (2012). Tiangong-1 was a part of China’s ambitious space dream. It was used to test the technical capabilities for a larger space … Continue reading The Heavenly Palace, Tiangong, will soon crash into Earth

Deep-sea Mining

Deep-sea Mining for Smartphones Damaging the Rare Species Habitat

Due to the rapid expansion of modern civilization, the ocean ecosystems already have reached an alarming stage. Deep-sea mining is the new threat in the list of several others. On Sept. 26, 2017, The Japan Times reported about the successful mining of zinc, gold, copper, and several other minerals from the seabed off the coast of Okinawa. Till date, Japan heavily depends on mineral imports. … Continue reading Deep-sea Mining for Smartphones Damaging the Rare Species Habitat

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The Paris Agreement and Civilization

In the era of smart phones and artificial intelligence (AI), when people seem to be too busy with their efforts to make life easier, the most neglected part of life is the environment. In the game of profit and loss, the corporate world is shortsighted by their short time lucre. The climate change is real, even a farmer can understand that. Our theory of six … Continue reading The Paris Agreement and Civilization

The Secret to Immortality Unveiled

“Ageing is an irreversible process from which none of us can escape from” Pause for a moment before reinstating the statement again, the aging can now be reversed! In a revolutionary breakthrough, the UNSW (University of New South Wales) and Harvard researchers identified the most critical step in the molecular process through which our body repairs a damaged DNA. The discovery, with its indefinite scope … Continue reading The Secret to Immortality Unveiled