Philip Anderson, legendary theorist whose concepts formed fashionable physics, dies

Philip Anderson in 1977, the year he shared the Nobel Prize in Physics for his study of the effects of disorder in solids EMILIO SEGRE VISUAL ARCHIVES/AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS/Science Source By Adrian ChoMar. 30, 2020 , 6:25 PM Philip Anderson, the theoretical physicist whose ideas reshaped condensed matter physics and stretched to the forefront…

Historical Mars had 2 reservoirs of water deep underground, research claims

Scientists have discovered that two unique reservoirs of ancient water once flowed deep beneath the surface of Mars.It’s hard to believe, but at one time the dry and dusty Red Planet was wet and lush.”A lot of people have been trying to figure out Mars’ water history,” University of Arizona planetary scientist Jessica Barnes said…

This Fireball Ignored the Photo voltaic System’s One-Means Indicators

Science|This Fireball Ignored the Solar System’s One-Way SignsTrilobitesA meteoroid that grazed the night sky over Australia in 2017 took a very unusual path away from Earth.A Desert Fireball Network image of a grazing fireball taken by the William Creek Observatory in Australia in 2017.Credit…Patrick Shober/Desert Fireball NetworkMarch 30, 2020Updated 5:39 p.m. ETIt’s not unusual for…

Astronauts may use their very own urine to construct moon bases sooner or later

Home News Tech Will future lunar homes be made with the help of human urine? (Image: © ESA, Foster and Partners) When humans return to the moon to stay, where will they live? Well, it turns out they might live in lunar bases made of astronaut pee. In a new study, researchers have found that urea,…

Go learn this Businessweek story concerning the downsides of DJI’s drone dominance

If you’ve bought, flown, seen, or even thought about a drone over the last five years, it was likely one of DJI’s quadcopters. In fact, the Chinese company has so thoroughly consumed both the consumer and commercial drone markets that its dominance is now hitting a point of limited — and possibly even negative —…