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dark matter: photos-of-space: Dark Matter Core Defies Explanation
dark matter: photos-of-space:

Dark Matter Core Defies Explanation

photos-of-space: Dark Matter Core Defies Explanation

dark matter: space-pics: Our universe, the “cosmic web”. Each yellow dot is a galaxy. The purple streams represent dark matter. This image represents 0.000001% of the known universe.
dark matter: space-pics:

Our universe, the “cosmic web”. Each yellow dot is a galaxy. The purple streams represent dark matter. This image represents 0.000001% of the known universe.

space-pics: Our universe, the “cosmic web”. Each yellow dot is a galaxy. The purple streams represent dark matter. This image represents...

dark matter: friend-called-boxcar who was the fool who was tasked with naming the galax y and the only adjective they could think of was skazuhira-miller scientist: (gazing up at space) scientist: sure is a milky boy freshfriedtrash NO YOU DONT UNDERSTAND MERS ARE THE SHITTEST EVER AT ASTRONO NAMING THINGS I KID YOU NOT When it came time to name the two theoretical particle types that might be dark matter THEY INTENTIONALLY CHOSE THE NAMES SO THAT THE ACRONYMS WOULD SPELL "WIMPS" AND MACHOS I SHIT YOU NOT THEY ARE FUCKING TERRIBLE AT NAMING ANYTHING braincoins I just listened to a talk by Neil deGrasse Tyson himself LAST NIGHT and he went on about this more than once m walking down the street and I'm like pretty rock... and some Geologist is like 'actually that's anorthosite feldspar and I'm like 'Nevermind, I don't want it anymore. Any biologists in the audience? [some clapping] Yeah, you know what I'm talking about. The most important molecule in the human body, what did you name it? It has NINE SYLLABLES and it's so long that even YOU GUYS abbreviate it as DNA'! But astrophysicists and astronomers? No, man, we call it like we see it. Star made of neutrons? NEUTRON STAR. Small white star? WHITE DWARF You know that big red spot on Jupiter? Know what we cal " lled it? JUPITER'S RED SPOT the-scarlet-spider okay i'm glad you mentioned the biologist nonsense bc their naming methods are the bane of my existence gallusrostromegalus I see your astrophysicists-are-shit-at-names and raise you Marine-Biologists-Are-Fucking-Maniacs See this beautiful creature? It's a carnivorous deep-sea sponge that lives off of Easter Island and never sees the light of day, as it's about 9000 feet down. Those delicate-looking orbs are covered in millions of tiny hooked spines, which latch onto anything unfortunate enough to bump into it, and hold it in place as it is digested alive by the sponge's skin. Amazing, beautiful and profoundly creepy. They could have given it so many cool names. Could have drawn on mythology (I think Scylla would have been an appropriate reference), the region it was found in, the textured skin, PHAGOCYTOSIS, anything! You wanna know what they called it? PING-PONG TREE SPONGE. Good job, marine biologists. Source: friend-called-boxcar Scientific nomenclature is sh#te but sometimes funny.
dark matter: friend-called-boxcar
 who was the fool who was tasked with naming the
 galax
 y and the only adjective they could think of was
 skazuhira-miller
 scientist: (gazing up at space)
 scientist: sure is a milky boy
 freshfriedtrash
 NO
 YOU DONT UNDERSTAND
 MERS ARE THE SHITTEST EVER AT
 ASTRONO
 NAMING THINGS I KID YOU NOT
 When it came time to name the two theoretical
 particle types that might be dark matter THEY
 INTENTIONALLY CHOSE THE NAMES SO THAT
 THE ACRONYMS WOULD SPELL "WIMPS" AND
 MACHOS I SHIT YOU NOT
 THEY ARE FUCKING TERRIBLE AT NAMING
 ANYTHING
 braincoins
 I just listened to a talk by Neil deGrasse Tyson
 himself LAST NIGHT and he went on about this
 more than once
 m walking down the street and I'm like
 pretty rock... and some Geologist is like 'actually
 that's anorthosite feldspar and I'm like 'Nevermind,
 I don't want it anymore. Any biologists in the
 audience? [some clapping] Yeah, you know what
 I'm talking about. The most important molecule in
 the human body, what did you name it? It has NINE
 SYLLABLES and it's so long that even YOU GUYS
 abbreviate it as DNA'!
 But astrophysicists and astronomers? No, man,
 we call it like we see it. Star made of neutrons?
 NEUTRON STAR. Small white star? WHITE DWARF
 You know that big red spot on Jupiter? Know what we
 cal "
 lled it? JUPITER'S RED SPOT
 the-scarlet-spider
 okay i'm glad you mentioned the biologist
 nonsense bc their naming methods are the
 bane of my existence
 gallusrostromegalus
 I see your astrophysicists-are-shit-at-names and raise
 you Marine-Biologists-Are-Fucking-Maniacs
 See this beautiful creature?
 It's a carnivorous deep-sea sponge that lives off
 of Easter Island and never sees the light of day, as
 it's about 9000 feet down. Those delicate-looking
 orbs are covered in millions of tiny hooked spines,
 which latch onto anything unfortunate enough to
 bump into it, and hold it in place as it is digested
 alive by the sponge's skin. Amazing, beautiful and
 profoundly creepy. They could have given it so many
 cool names. Could have drawn on mythology (I think
 Scylla would have been an appropriate reference),
 the region it was found in, the textured skin,
 PHAGOCYTOSIS, anything!
 You wanna know what they called it?
 PING-PONG TREE SPONGE.
 Good job, marine biologists.
 Source: friend-called-boxcar
Scientific nomenclature is sh#te but sometimes funny.

Scientific nomenclature is sh#te but sometimes funny.

dark matter: scifiseries: Dark Matter Resurgence
dark matter: scifiseries:

Dark Matter Resurgence

scifiseries: Dark Matter Resurgence

dark matter: tyleroakley perks-of-being-chinese glenjamin-danzig who was the fool who was tasked with naming the galaxy and the only adjective they could think of was skazuhira-miller scientist: (gazing up at space) scientist: i sure is a milky boy freshfriedtrash NO YOU DONT UNDERSTAND ASTRONOMERS ARE THE SHITTIEST EVER AT NAMING THINGS I KID YOU NOT When it came time to name the two theoretical particle types that might be dark matter THEY INTENTIONALLY CHOSE THE NAMES SO THAT THE ACRONYMS WOULD SPELL "WIMPS" AND "MACHOS" I SHIT YOU NOT THEY ARE FUCKING TERRIBLE AT NAMING ANYTHING braincoins I just listened to a talk by Neil deGrasse Tyson himself LAST NIGHT and he went on about this more than once I'm walking down the street and I'm like 'ooh pretty rock... and some Geologist is like 'actually, that's anorthosite feldspar and I'm like 'Nevermind, I don't want it anymore. Any biologists in the audience? [some clappingl Yeah, you know what I'm talking about. The most important molecule in the human body, what did you name it? It has NINE SYLLABLES and it's so long that even YOU GUYS abbreviate it as DNA! But astrophysicists and astronomers? No, man, we call it like we see it. Star made of neutrons? NEUTRON STAR. Small white star? WHITE DWARF. You know that big red spot on Jupiter? Know what we called it? JUPITER'S RED SPOT the-scarlet-spider okay i'm glad you mentioned the biologist nonsense bc their naming methods are the bane of my existence gallusrostromegalus I see your astrophysicists-are-shit-at-names and raise you Marine-Biologists-Are-Fucking-Maniacs. See this beautiful creature? a carnivorous deep-sea sponge that lives off of Easter Island and never sees the light of day, as it's about 9000 feet down. Those delicate-looking orbs are covered in millions of tiny hooked spines, which latch onto anything unfortunate enough to bump into it, and hold it in place as it is digested alive skin. Amazing, beautiful and profoundly creepy. They could have given it so many cool names. Could have drawn on mythology ( think Scylla would have been an appropriate reference), the region it was found in, the textured skin, PHAGOCYTOSIS, anything! by the sponge's You wanna know what they called it? PING-PONG TREE SPONGE. Good job, marine biologists. Source: friend-called-boxcar Scientists and their naming systems
dark matter: tyleroakley
 perks-of-being-chinese
 glenjamin-danzig
 who was the fool who was tasked with naming the
 galaxy and the only adjective they could think of was
 skazuhira-miller
 scientist: (gazing up at space)
 scientist:
 i sure is a milky boy
 freshfriedtrash
 NO
 YOU DONT UNDERSTAND
 ASTRONOMERS ARE THE SHITTIEST EVER AT
 NAMING THINGS I KID YOU NOT
 When it came time to name the two theoretical particle
 types that might be dark matter THEY INTENTIONALLY
 CHOSE THE NAMES SO THAT THE ACRONYMS
 WOULD SPELL "WIMPS" AND "MACHOS" I SHIT YOU
 NOT
 THEY ARE FUCKING TERRIBLE AT NAMING ANYTHING
 braincoins
 I just listened to a talk by Neil deGrasse Tyson himself
 LAST NIGHT and he went on about this more than
 once
 I'm walking down the street and I'm like 'ooh pretty
 rock... and some Geologist is like 'actually, that's
 anorthosite feldspar and I'm like 'Nevermind, I don't
 want it anymore. Any biologists in the audience?
 [some clappingl Yeah, you know what I'm talking
 about. The most important molecule in the human
 body, what did you name it? It has NINE SYLLABLES
 and it's so long that even YOU GUYS abbreviate it as
 DNA!
 But astrophysicists and astronomers? No, man, we
 call it like we see it. Star made of neutrons? NEUTRON
 STAR. Small white star? WHITE DWARF. You know
 that big red spot on Jupiter? Know what we called it?
 JUPITER'S RED SPOT
 the-scarlet-spider
 okay i'm glad you mentioned the biologist nonsense bc
 their naming methods are the bane of my existence
 gallusrostromegalus
 I see your astrophysicists-are-shit-at-names and raise
 you Marine-Biologists-Are-Fucking-Maniacs.
 See this beautiful creature?
 a carnivorous deep-sea sponge that lives off of
 Easter Island and never sees the light of day, as it's
 about 9000 feet down. Those delicate-looking orbs are
 covered in millions of tiny hooked spines, which latch
 onto anything unfortunate enough to bump into it, and
 hold it in place as it is digested alive
 skin. Amazing, beautiful and profoundly creepy. They
 could have given it so many cool names. Could have
 drawn on mythology ( think Scylla would have been an
 appropriate reference), the region it was found in, the
 textured skin, PHAGOCYTOSIS, anything!
 by the sponge's
 You wanna know what they called it?
 PING-PONG TREE SPONGE.
 Good job, marine biologists.
 Source: friend-called-boxcar
Scientists and their naming systems

Scientists and their naming systems

dark matter: omg-humor:Dark matter filaments in an area which is 500 million light years across.
dark matter: omg-humor:Dark matter filaments in an area which is 500 million light years across.

omg-humor:Dark matter filaments in an area which is 500 million light years across.

dark matter: Dark matter filaments in an area which is 500 million light years across.
dark matter: Dark matter filaments in an area which is 500 million light years across.

Dark matter filaments in an area which is 500 million light years across.

dark matter: cience | guff.com This woman proved the existence of dark matter Today is International Day of Women and Girls in Science. 👩‍🔬 In the spirit of today, @Science wanted to honor Vera Rubin, an amazing American astronomer! How’s that for alliteration? She was born in Philadelphia and grew up with an interest in astronomy. Rubin eventually earned her BA in astronomy from Vassar College and tried to enroll in the graduate astronomy program at Princeton, but they refused to send her a catalogue because women weren’t allowed in the graduate astronomy program...until 1975. Let’s let that sink in for a second. She ended up studying at Cornell University, learning quantum physics from Richard Feynman and quantum mechanics under Hans Bethe. While studying the Andromeda Galaxy with fellow astronomer Kent Ford, Rubin noticed that objects on the outer parts of the galaxy were spinning at the same speed as those on the inside, which was antithetical to the belief objects at the center of a galaxy move faster than those on the outskirts. It turns out that she discovered the existence of the unseeable stuff that affects the movement of galaxies! . . Give a shout-out to your favorite women in the field of Science in the comments below. 👩‍🔬⬇️⬇️⬇️ . Science Physics DarkMatter WomenInSTEM Scientists VeraRubin BestOf WomebInScience
dark matter: cience | guff.com
 This woman proved the existence
 of dark matter
Today is International Day of Women and Girls in Science. 👩‍🔬 In the spirit of today, @Science wanted to honor Vera Rubin, an amazing American astronomer! How’s that for alliteration? She was born in Philadelphia and grew up with an interest in astronomy. Rubin eventually earned her BA in astronomy from Vassar College and tried to enroll in the graduate astronomy program at Princeton, but they refused to send her a catalogue because women weren’t allowed in the graduate astronomy program...until 1975. Let’s let that sink in for a second. She ended up studying at Cornell University, learning quantum physics from Richard Feynman and quantum mechanics under Hans Bethe. While studying the Andromeda Galaxy with fellow astronomer Kent Ford, Rubin noticed that objects on the outer parts of the galaxy were spinning at the same speed as those on the inside, which was antithetical to the belief objects at the center of a galaxy move faster than those on the outskirts. It turns out that she discovered the existence of the unseeable stuff that affects the movement of galaxies! . . Give a shout-out to your favorite women in the field of Science in the comments below. 👩‍🔬⬇️⬇️⬇️ . Science Physics DarkMatter WomenInSTEM Scientists VeraRubin BestOf WomebInScience

Today is International Day of Women and Girls in Science. 👩‍🔬 In the spirit of today, @Science wanted to honor Vera Rubin, an amazing Ame...

dark matter: You can see the meaning of the universe in those two eyes. So my lil homegirl sent me a link to this coffee made by Dark Matter that’s called Unicorn Blood. Tried it. Not gon lie, delicious. But Unicorn Blood? Y’all doin too much. U coffee roasters Bruv a lot of y’all getting real comfortable selling good (but not life changing) coffee for $15.99 a bag and I’m thinking I might come for y’all. Coffee is my thing and if I had the time and the roasting equipment, I could stomp y’all out completely. And I know what I’d name my coffee blend, too: Mermaid Period. Y’all think Unicorn Blood is rare? Y’all ain’t seen rare. First of all a Unicorn is just a horse with a horn. That sh!t low key basic. A good plastic surgeon could make one. If a plastic surgeon could make the Kardashians Black bruv? He could throw a horn on a horse nah that’s basic. Mermaids? Bruv that’s half woman half fish. Up top she a sexy, comely ginger with seashells on her Tetas. Waist down? All flipper. Where’s the Punani? Exactly. Even if a mermaid had a Punani (which she can’t because issa flipper), would she even have a period? How? Do she wear faded, washed 7,000 times, soft-as-silk (😍) Period panty granny panties over her flipper? Or do she just freeball it bleeding out her sweet, precious, mythical, menstrual magnificence into the ocean with reckless abandon so that if a random scuba diver named Aiden from Newport Beach with floopy blond hair is swimming by and perchance catches a glorious taste, his heart explodes with love and affection and his head pops off his body and his scuba diving companion William is at his funeral just like “I know y’all will never believe me because I used to drop acid when I attended college but my best friend died after inhaling Mermaid Period then his head popped off his body and a shark ate it good night 😢.” Bam. Straight like that. It will be beautifully rich, reddish in color, deliciously fragrant, and invigorating - just like regular Period (But I’ll call it Mermaid Period because y’all love it when these beverage companies are extra 🤗). Coming to your grocery aisle fall 2018. Starbucks, Peet’s and Dark Matter - y’all on notice. Bless up 🤗😂😂😂
dark matter: You can see the meaning
 of the universe in those
 two eyes.
So my lil homegirl sent me a link to this coffee made by Dark Matter that’s called Unicorn Blood. Tried it. Not gon lie, delicious. But Unicorn Blood? Y’all doin too much. U coffee roasters Bruv a lot of y’all getting real comfortable selling good (but not life changing) coffee for $15.99 a bag and I’m thinking I might come for y’all. Coffee is my thing and if I had the time and the roasting equipment, I could stomp y’all out completely. And I know what I’d name my coffee blend, too: Mermaid Period. Y’all think Unicorn Blood is rare? Y’all ain’t seen rare. First of all a Unicorn is just a horse with a horn. That sh!t low key basic. A good plastic surgeon could make one. If a plastic surgeon could make the Kardashians Black bruv? He could throw a horn on a horse nah that’s basic. Mermaids? Bruv that’s half woman half fish. Up top she a sexy, comely ginger with seashells on her Tetas. Waist down? All flipper. Where’s the Punani? Exactly. Even if a mermaid had a Punani (which she can’t because issa flipper), would she even have a period? How? Do she wear faded, washed 7,000 times, soft-as-silk (😍) Period panty granny panties over her flipper? Or do she just freeball it bleeding out her sweet, precious, mythical, menstrual magnificence into the ocean with reckless abandon so that if a random scuba diver named Aiden from Newport Beach with floopy blond hair is swimming by and perchance catches a glorious taste, his heart explodes with love and affection and his head pops off his body and his scuba diving companion William is at his funeral just like “I know y’all will never believe me because I used to drop acid when I attended college but my best friend died after inhaling Mermaid Period then his head popped off his body and a shark ate it good night 😢.” Bam. Straight like that. It will be beautifully rich, reddish in color, deliciously fragrant, and invigorating - just like regular Period (But I’ll call it Mermaid Period because y’all love it when these beverage companies are extra 🤗). Coming to your grocery aisle fall 2018. Starbucks, Peet’s and Dark Matter - y’all on notice. Bless up 🤗😂😂😂

So my lil homegirl sent me a link to this coffee made by Dark Matter that’s called Unicorn Blood. Tried it. Not gon lie, delicious. But U...

dark matter: A group of astrophysicists at the University of Zurich in Switzerland announced on 18 May 2017 that they have created the largest virtual universe ever simulated as part of their research into the “dark side of the Universe,” and their simulation is a bit bigger than your average video game world. Using the Piz Daint supercomputer at the Swiss National Computing Center, the researchers generated a virtual universe of 25 billion virtual galaxies, composed of 2 trillion digital macro-particles that represent the “dark matter fluid” that composes roughly 23 percent of the cosmos. Their research plays an integral role in the European Space Agency’s Euclid space mission, in which the Euclid satellite will be sent to space in 2020 for a six-year data collecting mission to investigate dark matter and dark energy. Euclid will measure the redshift of galaxies and the acceleration of the universe to better understand the expansion of the universe, the formation of cosmic structures, and the nature of this fascinating dark energy. In this image, we see a sliver of the virtual universe nearly a billion light-years across. Tag a gamer who would like to explore this virtual universe! 🖥️🌌 Photo: Joachim Stadel, University of Zurich. guffscience science astronomy technology computerscience research code computer supercomputer simulation universe galaxy space education bestof didyouknow nowyouknow model universityofzurich switzerland pizdaint esa euclid darkmatter darkenergy
dark matter: A group of astrophysicists at the University of Zurich in Switzerland announced on 18 May 2017 that they have created the largest virtual universe ever simulated as part of their research into the “dark side of the Universe,” and their simulation is a bit bigger than your average video game world. Using the Piz Daint supercomputer at the Swiss National Computing Center, the researchers generated a virtual universe of 25 billion virtual galaxies, composed of 2 trillion digital macro-particles that represent the “dark matter fluid” that composes roughly 23 percent of the cosmos. Their research plays an integral role in the European Space Agency’s Euclid space mission, in which the Euclid satellite will be sent to space in 2020 for a six-year data collecting mission to investigate dark matter and dark energy. Euclid will measure the redshift of galaxies and the acceleration of the universe to better understand the expansion of the universe, the formation of cosmic structures, and the nature of this fascinating dark energy. In this image, we see a sliver of the virtual universe nearly a billion light-years across. Tag a gamer who would like to explore this virtual universe! 🖥️🌌 Photo: Joachim Stadel, University of Zurich. guffscience science astronomy technology computerscience research code computer supercomputer simulation universe galaxy space education bestof didyouknow nowyouknow model universityofzurich switzerland pizdaint esa euclid darkmatter darkenergy

A group of astrophysicists at the University of Zurich in Switzerland announced on 18 May 2017 that they have created the largest virtual...

dark matter: Fritz Zwicky, an astronomer at the California Institute of Technology, stumbled across the gravitational effects of dark matter in the early 1930s while studying how galaxies move within the Coma Cluster. The Coma Cluster consists of approximately 1,000 galaxies spread over about two degrees on the sky-roughly the size of your thumb held at arm's length, and four times the size of the Sun and the Moon seen from Earth. Gravity binds the galaxies together into a cluster, known as a galaxy cluster. Unlike the gravitationally bound planets in our solar system, however, the galaxies do not orbit a central heavy object like the Sun and thus execute more complicated orbits To carry out his observations, Zwicky persuaded Caltech to build an 18-inch Schmidt telescope that could capture arge numbers of galaxies in a single wide-angle photograph. He used the instrument to make a survey of all the galaxies in the cluster and used measurements of the Doppler shift of their spectra to determine their velocities. He then applied the virial theorem. A straightforward application of classical mechanics, the virial theorem relates the velocity of orbiting objects to the THE FATHER OF DARK MATTER-AND MORE 1 3 ry <p><a href="https://photos-of-space.tumblr.com/post/162261874067/fritz-zwicky-the-father-of-dark-matter" class="tumblr_blog">photos-of-space</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Fritz Zwicky-The father of Dark Matter</p></blockquote>
dark matter: Fritz Zwicky, an astronomer at the California Institute of Technology, stumbled across the gravitational effects of
 dark matter in the early 1930s while studying how galaxies move within the Coma Cluster. The Coma Cluster
 consists of approximately 1,000 galaxies spread over about two degrees on the sky-roughly the size of your
 thumb held at arm's length, and four times the size of the Sun and the Moon seen from Earth. Gravity binds the
 galaxies together into a cluster, known as a galaxy cluster. Unlike the gravitationally bound planets in our solar
 system, however, the galaxies do not orbit a central heavy object like the Sun and thus execute more
 complicated orbits
 To carry out his observations, Zwicky persuaded Caltech
 to build an 18-inch Schmidt telescope that could capture
 arge numbers of galaxies in a single wide-angle
 photograph. He used the instrument to make a survey of
 all the galaxies in the cluster and used measurements of
 the Doppler shift of their spectra to determine their
 velocities. He then applied the virial theorem. A
 straightforward application of classical mechanics, the
 virial theorem relates the velocity of orbiting objects to the
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dark matter: 1. ETERNAL STORAGE At the University of Southampton scientist have successfully used nanostructured glass device to create and retrive data. This device is size of the American quarter that can hold 36OTB of data and remain intact up to 1,000°C that means the average life at room temprature will be 13.8 billion years 2.DINOSAUR'S TAIL In month of december 99 million year old piece of dinosaur's tail was dangerously close to be converted into a jewelry but luckily landed in the hands of a paleontologists at market in Burma, who confirn it as tissue of dinosaur's tail which was first concieved as part of small plant 3. GRAVITATIONAL RIPPLES About 1.3 billon years ago two black hole of the size of 29 and 31 times the size of the sun collided to form a massive black hole due to this mass equal to 3 suns was converted into enegery which was then emitted in fraction of second.This gravitational waves were first predicted by General theory of relativity. 4.GENE EDITING Gene editing has been used for very long time for developing food crops and on animal but for first time it is been deviced for curing diseases like cancer by carefull editing of the gene. Further development in this technology may lead to designer babies, prolonged lifespan, eradication genetic diseases like diabetes. 5. HYPERLOOP ONE Hyperloop, the vacuum-powered train line created by Elon Musk, may get a big boost next year. Hyperloop One, a company founded to pursue the idea, plans to unveil a test track this year 6, WEIRD XRAY Odd X-ray pulses are streaming from the core of the Andromeda and Perseus galaxies. And the signals' spectrum (or light signature) does not match any known particle or atom. So astronomers are tentatively salivating over the prospect of a scientific breakthrough, as this phenomenon could just be the first tangible sign of dark matter Furthermore, since the radiation emanates from the cores of the galaxies, it corresponds lo areas of highly concentrated dark matter clumps. So while nothing is certain yet, this could be a momentous discovery that would greatly increase our understanding of a long-standing universal mystery New scientific discoveries and inventions (Believe it or not)
dark matter: 1. ETERNAL STORAGE
 At the University of Southampton scientist have
 successfully used nanostructured glass device to
 create and retrive data. This device is size of the
 American quarter that can hold 36OTB of data and
 remain intact up to 1,000°C that means the
 average life at room temprature will be 13.8 billion
 years
 2.DINOSAUR'S TAIL
 In month of december 99 million year old
 piece of dinosaur's tail was dangerously
 close to be converted into a jewelry but
 luckily landed in the hands of a
 paleontologists at market in Burma, who
 confirn it as tissue of dinosaur's tail which
 was first concieved as part of small plant
 3. GRAVITATIONAL RIPPLES
 About 1.3 billon years ago two black hole of the size
 of 29 and 31 times the size of the sun collided to
 form a massive black hole due to this mass equal to
 3 suns was converted into enegery which was then
 emitted in fraction of second.This gravitational waves
 were first predicted by General theory of relativity.
 4.GENE EDITING
 Gene editing has been used for very long time for
 developing food crops and on animal but for first
 time it is been deviced for curing diseases like
 cancer by carefull editing of the gene. Further
 development in this technology may lead to designer
 babies, prolonged lifespan, eradication genetic
 diseases like diabetes.
 5. HYPERLOOP ONE
 Hyperloop, the vacuum-powered train line created by
 Elon Musk, may get a big boost next year. Hyperloop
 One, a company founded to pursue the idea, plans to
 unveil a test track this year
 6, WEIRD XRAY
 Odd X-ray pulses are streaming from the core of the
 Andromeda and Perseus galaxies. And the signals' spectrum
 (or light signature) does not match any known particle or
 atom. So astronomers are tentatively salivating over the
 prospect of a scientific breakthrough, as this phenomenon
 could just be the first tangible sign of dark matter
 Furthermore, since the radiation emanates from the cores of
 the galaxies, it corresponds lo areas of highly concentrated
 dark matter clumps. So while nothing is certain yet, this could
 be a momentous discovery that would greatly increase our
 understanding of a long-standing universal mystery
New scientific discoveries and inventions (Believe it or not)

New scientific discoveries and inventions (Believe it or not)