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Asymmetrical Life Explained?
September 25, 2014
The fact that most biochemical molecules are left-handed or right-handed could be due to electrons from nuclear decays in the early days of evolution.
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BICEP2 Dust Up
September 22, 2014
Doubts increase about the startling discovery of ancient space-time ripples.
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Testing Special Relativity
September 19, 2014
Time dilation required by Special Relativity has been confirmed with a lithium ion experiment.
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Subtle Dark Matter Hints
September 19, 2014
New Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer results are consistent with, but not proof of, cosmic rays from dark matter.
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