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QUANTUM INFORMATION THEORY

 

Wormholes Reveal a Way to Manipulate Black Hole Information in the Lab

By PHILIP BALL

A proposal for building wormhole-connected black holes offers a way to probe the paradoxes of quantum information.

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THEORETICAL PHYSICS            (2017)

 

Newfound Wormhole Allows Information to Escape Black Holes

By NATALIE WOLCHOVER


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IN THEORY                          (2018)
 

How Holography Could Help Solve Quantum Gravity

Video directed by EMILY DRISCOLL; animated by JONATHAN TRUEBLOOD 

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QUANTIZED COLUMNS
 

The Animal Origins of Coronavirus and Flu

By TARA C. SMITH

Zoonotic diseases like influenza and many coronaviruses start out in animals, but their biological machinery often enables them to jump to humans.

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QUANTIZED COLUMNS(2019)

 

How to Permanently End Diseases

By TARA C. SMITH
 

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ABSTRACTIONS BLOG
 

New Wrinkle Added to Cosmology's Hubble Crisis

By NATALIE WOLCHOVER

A problem confronts cosmology: Two independent measurements of the universe's expansion give incompatible answers. Now a third method, advanced by an astronomy pioneer, appears to bridge the divide.

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COSMOLOGY(2019)

 

Cosmologists Debate How Fast the Universe Is Expanding

By NATALIE WOLCHOVER
 

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THE JOY OF X
 

John Urschel: From NFL Player to Mathematician

Hosted by STEVEN STROGATZ

John Urschel, who retired from playing professional football with the Baltimore Ravens to become a mathematician, talks to host Steven Strogatz about making the transition from the NFL to MIT, his childhood love of puzzles, and his mathematical fascinations.

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Scientists Discover Exotic New Patterns of Synchronization

Podcast produced by SUSAN VALOT; story by NATALIE WOLCHOVER

In a world seemingly filled with chaos, physicists have discovered new forms of synchronization and are learning how to predict and control them.

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