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Have Scientists Disproved Einstein's E=MC²?

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September 23, 2011
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Scientists at the world's largest physics lab say they have clocked subatomic particles travelling faster than light, a feat that, if true, would break a fundamental pillar of science.


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AP (Oct. 8, 2012) — An historic letter penned by Albert Einstein is now up for auction. The "god Letter" Is Einstein's views on religion as told in an exchange with author Eric. B. Gutkind.
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Scientists Target UVA Rays for Future Sunscreens

Scientists Target UVA Rays for Future Sunscreens

Reuters (Nov. 25, 2013) — British scientists have created a molecule they say could greatly improve the effectiveness of sun-screens and reduce the incidence of skin cancer. Whereas most sun-screens protect against exposure to short-wave, ultraviolet B rays, the scientists are targetting long-wave UVA rays which they say cause just as much damage. Jim Drury has more.
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Gerd Binnig Chemistry Under the Microscope

Gerd Binnig Chemistry Under the Microscope

Deutsche Welle (July 7, 2013) — He opened up a new world, paving the way for nanotechnology. Gerd Binnig shared the 1986 Nobel Prize in Physics for the invention of the scanning tunneling microscope. For the first time, the invention made it possible to see individual atoms and manipulate them. Chemistry had become engineering. Ever since, information scientists, chemists and materials scientists have been using Binnigs inventions to create materials with made-to-measure properties, in particular for microelectronics. Binnig himself started up a company that develops software to automatically analyze microscope images - for example, to recognize tumor cells. Tomorrow Today presents a portrait of the Nobel laureate.
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NASA Claims Spaceships Traveling Faster Than Light May Be Possible

NASA Claims Spaceships Traveling Faster Than Light May Be Possible

Buzz60 (Sep. 18, 2012) — Scientists at NASA think that bending space and time could be possible. This would allow spaceships to travel faster than the speed of lite and thus zip between different solar systems. Devices used in Star Trek might not be that far off as NASA scientists have begun testing their designs and theories in the lab.
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