The self-organized movement of the little scamps gives insight into how microbes navigate.
Steve's unique formation meant different physics were at play.
By twisting a sandwich of graphene to the "magic angle," a superconductor was born.
“Given that we don’t know what happens past the Cauchy horizon, it could be crazy things as long as they’re mathematically possible."
They're hard to detect, but scientists are obsessed with doing so.
They just have to smooth out some kinks, like preventing it from exploding en route.
The discovery seemingly defies the laws of physics.
Working with higher pitches, larger objects, and more stability, the only way for the research to go from here is up.
The researchers needed a new theory of physics to explain their results.
The successful experiment "opens the doors to a new avenue of study in the field of accelerating beams."
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