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And deep inside these planets, some 6,200 miles from the surface, the pressure is so intense physicists have long speculated that a shower of diamonds may form.
Star hurtling toward massive black hole may seal deal for Einstein’s theory of general relativity Albert Einstein’s theory of general relativity has passed a multitude of tests over the past century, but physicists remain unsatisfied.
Health physicists consulted by the Center noted that the unusual circumstances complicate estimates of the potential consequences.
Ironically, the publication asked Robert Kehoe to peer review his paper; and Kehoe simply said that Patterson was a geologist and physicist, but not a biologist.
The Radiology Society of North America is an association of radiologists, medical physicists and medical professionals with more than 54,000 members from 136 countries around the globe, according to the company's website.
To a group of theoretical physicists, tardigrades were the perfect specimens to test life's tenacity.
After years of analysis—physicists across the country have made a second living off Coors Field–related study—
The high-speed collisions at the world's biggest atom smasher created for a fraction of a second a baryon particle called Xi cc, said Oxford physicist Guy Wilkinson, who is part of the experiment.
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: a scientist who studies or is a specialist in physics
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