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Robert Scherrer explains Dark Energy

Explainer: the mysterious dark energy that speeds the universe’s rate of expansion Robert Scherrer, Vanderbilt University The nature of dark energy is one of the most important unsolved problems in all of science. But what, exactly, is dark energy, and why do we even believe that it exists? What goes up must come down… right? […] Continue reading

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Mysterious Beings…

When I first began to comprehend the possibilities of extraterrestrial life, I thought of the stereotypical images of aliens that probably come to mind when the word is mentioned. By this, I mean something that is easily recognized to be alive, a humanoid form with many of the same characteristics that we share. As I […] Continue reading

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