27% of the matter in our universe is missing, and physicists are on a quest to find it.
We are finally seeing our missing universe.
First step to becoming a biotic warrior: learn how to control dark matter.
Welcome to physics 2.0.
This would make the universe both more and less mysterious.
The sci-fi trope has real-world potential.
Explaining all of physics in just one theory? It may be possible.
From long, illustrious careers to bright lights snuffed out too soon, we pay homage to noted scientists who passed away in 2016 and their visionary work.
We remember the contributions to science made by a visionary astronomer who helped confirm the existence of dark matter: Dr. Vera Rubin, feminist futurist.
The second largest component of the universe is dark matter. The truth is, we understand little of what it is, and more of what it is not.
Over 200,000 people subscribe to our newsletter.
Sign in to join the conversation.