Month: August 2019

First Three-Dimensional Quantum Teleportation Achived for the First Time

Scientists have made a major breakthrough in quantum teleportation by successfully transferring the most complex data set yet. The high-dimensional teleportation could play a very important role in the future of quantum computers.

More Than One Reality Exists in Quantum Physics

A quantum physics experiment has given evidence to the mind-bending idea that under the right set of conditions, two people observing the same events can see two different things happen and both be correct.

Researchers develop model to reduce CO2 emissions from buildings by 80 percent by 2050

A new model developed by researchers suggests that it is possible to cut CO2 emissions, according to a research paper published in the journal Joule on Aug. 15, 2019.

Researchers Created Millions of Virtual Universes and Shed Light on Galaxy Evolution

Scientists have found a way to create millions of virtual universes. Their study contradicts what we know about galactic evolution.

Fast Friends

Getting out of your comfort zone isn’t easy, but it is important to push the boundaries of what you are used to and not limit yourself to the basics of your daily routine. Science explains why it’s hard to break your routine and why you should do it.

A Simple Explanation of Blockchain

Blockchain has been heard a lot in the past couple of years, but what exactly is it? Here is a simple way to understanding blockchain.

Scary Science: We Might Be Living In a Video Game

Are we living in the real world or are we just in a very detailed computer simulation?