Does the Big Bang necessarily mean we’re part of a multiverse?

We need inflation to make the Big Bang work, and that produces other universes.

Does the Big Bang necessarily mean we’re part of a multiverse?

We need inflation to make the Big Bang work, and that produces other universes.

Posted 10 months ago
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Auti-sim lets you experience the horror of sensory overload

Creator wants to help players gain empathy and understanding of autistic children.

Auti-sim lets you experience the horror of sensory overload

Creator wants to help players gain empathy and understanding of autistic children.

Posted 1 year ago
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Envisioning the urban skyscraper of 2050

The urban buildings of the near-future will be tall, smart, adaptable, responsive, honest, modular, recyclable, clean, and deeply embedded into the systems of their host cities, if an imaginative vision from Arup’s Foresight team is anything to judge by.

Envisioning the urban skyscraper of 2050

The urban buildings of the near-future will be tall, smart, adaptable, responsive, honest, modular, recyclable, clean, and deeply embedded into the systems of their host cities, if an imaginative vision from Arup’s Foresight team is anything to judge by.

Posted 1 year ago
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Tidal massaging reveals a hidden ocean on Saturn’s moon, Titan

Saturn’s moon Titan is shrouded in a thick atmosphere. But thanks to detailed observations by the Cassini-Huygens mission, a great deal is now known about both the atmosphere and the surface. What lies beneath the surface is what remains mysterious. Both the excess of atmospheric methane and the recently announced discovery of a possible desert oasis hint at a subsurface supply of methane, but the nature of the source is unknown.

Tidal massaging reveals a hidden ocean on Saturn’s moon, Titan

Saturn’s moon Titan is shrouded in a thick atmosphere. But thanks to detailed observations by the Cassini-Huygens mission, a great deal is now known about both the atmosphere and the surface. What lies beneath the surface is what remains mysterious. Both the excess of atmospheric methane and the recently announced discovery of a possible desert oasis hint at a subsurface supply of methane, but the nature of the source is unknown.

Posted 1 year ago
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