This article doesn’t really delve into how synthetic-aperture, long-baseline interferometry telescopes work but the science that they’re trying to do is really cool. I’m really looking forward to seeing the results of this work, which (as Brian suggests in comments) might be publicized in some modest number of months from now.
Originally shared by Brian Koberlein
Looking at the Void
We could soon observe a black hole directly.
Very informative ..
Astronomy, is wonderful
The Universe from Nothing: T=0K.
Maybe 99% thinks that everything began from big-bang.
A few % have another opinion:
Book ‘A universe from nothing’
by Lavrence M. Kruss.
Why everything was started from Nothing ?
Because there is fundamental fact:
The critical density in the whole Universe so small
that it cannot ‘close’ the Universe into sphere.
And therefore the Universe as whole is flat – infinite flat.
But what to do with ‘infinity’ physicists don’t know
and they try to escape (throu out) concept of ‘infinity’.
I say that infinite (eternal)
nothing has one physical parameter : T=0K
and therefore nothing is not nothingness.
We can use many theories to understand condition of T=0K:
1) theory of ideal gas,
2) Hawking black hole radiation,
3) Bose-Einstein condensate,
4) Dark energy and dark matter,
These theories are subject for rethinking.
Would this have anthiing to to do wit b the quatum computers
Tracey Smedley nope
Chris Dolan i was kicked out of maths and science i will try something else
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