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About a hundred years ago, there were only about a thousand physicists.
Because everything is made of atoms, some physicists theorize that entire objects can exist in multiple dimensions, allowing—as Neven suggested—for the possibility of parallel universes.
However, long before LIGO, some physicists were unsatisfied with dark matter and devised other theories that sought to explain what astronomers see.
Instead of wearing a shirt or bra underneath her oversized blazer, Kim opted for absolutely nothing underneath and kept her blazer unbuttoned, leaving some logistics best left to physicists and double-sided tape.
Memorial was founded at the instigation of Andrei Sakharov, the great physicist and dissident.
Three teams of physicists repeated the measurements to be sure of their finding.
The University of Cambridge finally put Stephen Hawking’s 1966 doctoral thesis online for free downloading, and the crush of wannabe physicists took down its servers briefly.
David Fahey, a research physicist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and coordinating lead author of the study, said on a conference call Friday.
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