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KXXV Waco
TJC's Brian Kremer on Einstein proven correctThe theory is now fact: Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity has been shown
TJC's Brian Kremer on Einstein proven correct
KXXV Waco / Posted an hour ago
The theory is now fact: Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity has been shown by lasers that detect gravity waves, which are distortions in space-time. But how was it detected, what caused the waves, and what is relativity? We took these questions... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
TJC's Brian Kremer on Einstein proven correctThe theory is now fact: Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity has been shown
TJC's Brian Kremer on Einstein proven correct
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted an hour ago
The theory is now fact: Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity has been shown by lasers that detect gravity waves, which are distortions in space-time. But how was it detected, what caused the waves, and what is relativity? We took these questions... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
TJC's Brian Kremer on Einstein proven correctThe theory is now fact: Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity has been shown
TJC's Brian Kremer on Einstein proven correct
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted an hour ago
The theory is now fact: Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity has been shown by lasers that detect gravity waves, which are distortions in space-time. But how was it detected, what caused the waves, and what is relativity? We took these questions... Read more
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KSLA-TV Shreveport
TJC's Brian Kremer on Einstein proven correctThe theory is now fact: Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity has been shown
TJC's Brian Kremer on Einstein proven correct
KSLA-TV Shreveport / Posted an hour ago
The theory is now fact: Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity has been shown by lasers that detect gravity waves, which are distortions in space-time. But how was it detected, what caused the waves, and what is relativity? We took these questions... Read more
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KLTV 7 Tyler
TJC's Brian Kremer on Einstein proven correctThe theory is now fact: Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity has been shown
TJC's Brian Kremer on Einstein proven correct
KLTV 7 Tyler / Posted an hour ago
The theory is now fact: Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity has been shown by lasers that detect gravity waves, which are distortions in space-time. But how was it detected, what caused the waves, and what is relativity? We took these questions... Read more
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ajc.com
Gravitation waves: Albert Einstein 'responds' to discoveryAlbert Einstein got it right, and he knows it. Astrophysicists announced Thurs
Gravitation waves: Albert Einstein 'responds' to discovery
ajc.com / Posted 5 hours ago
Albert Einstein got it right, and he knows it. Astrophysicists announced Thursday that they have finally detected gravitational waves, the ripples in the fabric of space and time that Einstein predicted a century ago. Shortly after the announcement... Read more
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Business Standard India
Finding gravity wavesIndia should play lead role in future researchIndia should play lead role in fu
Finding gravity waves
Business Standard India / Posted 6 hours ago
India should play lead role in future researchIndia should play lead role in future researchThe announcement that the direct observation of gravitational waves has been achieved by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave... Read more
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Salon.com
“Einstein would be beaming”: Scientists react to gravitational waves discoveryThis article was originally published by The biggest news in physics in quite
“Einstein would be beaming”: Scientists react to gravitational waves discovery
Salon.com / Posted 9 hours ago
This article was originally published by The biggest news in physics in quite awhile—the discovery of gravitational waves rippling through spacetime—has scientists overjoyed around the world. Researchers with the Laser Interferometer... Read more
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Rappler
Mga Sugbuanon: Einstein sa pagka-mayor? Bieber sa pagka-presidente?ELECTION 'WINNERS'. In mock elections in Cebu, voters choose pop star Justin Bi
Mga Sugbuanon: Einstein sa pagka-mayor? Bieber sa pagka-presidente?
Rappler / Posted 9 hours ago
ELECTION 'WINNERS'. In mock elections in Cebu, voters choose pop star Justin Bieber to be their 'president' and physicist Albert Einstein as the 'mayor' of Cebu City. Photo of mock ballot by Ryan Macasero/Rappler CEBU CITY, Philippines – Ang mosunod... Read more
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New Kerala
Particles in love: Quantum mechanics explored in new studyCalifornia, Feb 13 : Here's a love story at the smallest scales imaginable: par
Particles in love: Quantum mechanics explored in new study
New Kerala / Posted 11 hours ago
California, Feb 13 : Here's a love story at the smallest scales imaginable: particles of light. It is possible to have particles that are so intimately linked that a change to one affects the other, even when they are separated at a distance. This... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitation
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted 11 hours ago
(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitational Waves Exist, Guys: Albert Einstein predicted them in 1916, and they were just confirmed—100 years later. Scientists say gravitational waves have been detected, produced... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitation
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week
WLBZ Bangor / Posted 11 hours ago
(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitational Waves Exist, Guys: Albert Einstein predicted them in 1916, and they were just confirmed—100 years later. Scientists say gravitational waves have been detected, produced... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitation
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week
WKYC Cleveland / Posted 11 hours ago
(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitational Waves Exist, Guys: Albert Einstein predicted them in 1916, and they were just confirmed—100 years later. Scientists say gravitational waves have been detected, produced... Read more
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USA Today
5 most Incredible discoveries of the weekGravitational Waves Exist, Guys: Albert Einstein predicted them in 1916, and th
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week
USA Today / Posted 11 hours ago
Gravitational Waves Exist, Guys: Albert Einstein predicted them in 1916, and they were just confirmed—100 years later. Scientists say gravitational waves have been detected, produced by "two colliding black holes that merged to form a single black... Read more
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WZZM 13 Grand Rapids
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitation
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week
WZZM 13 Grand Rapids / Posted 11 hours ago
(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitational Waves Exist, Guys: Albert Einstein predicted them in 1916, and they were just confirmed—100 years later. Scientists say gravitational waves have been detected, produced... Read more
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First Coast News
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitation
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week
First Coast News / Posted 11 hours ago
(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitational Waves Exist, Guys: Albert Einstein predicted them in 1916, and they were just confirmed—100 years later. Scientists say gravitational waves have been detected, produced... Read more
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KTVB Boise
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitation
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week
KTVB Boise / Posted 12 hours ago
(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitational Waves Exist, Guys: Albert Einstein predicted them in 1916, and they were just confirmed—100 years later. Scientists say gravitational waves have been detected, produced... Read more
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New Kerala
Guardiola is a football Einstein: Dani AlvesBarcelona, Feb 13 : Barcelona defender Dani Alves has hailed former coach and p
Guardiola is a football Einstein: Dani Alves
New Kerala / Posted 12 hours ago
Barcelona, Feb 13 : Barcelona defender Dani Alves has hailed former coach and present Bayern Munich tactician Pep Guardiola as a "football Einstein" and says he will surely succeed at Manchester City. Guardiola is supposed to take over from Manuel... Read more
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitation
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted 12 hours ago
(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitational Waves Exist, Guys: Albert Einstein predicted them in 1916, and they were just confirmed—100 years later. Scientists say gravitational waves have been detected, produced... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitation
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 12 hours ago
(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitational Waves Exist, Guys: Albert Einstein predicted them in 1916, and they were just confirmed—100 years later. Scientists say gravitational waves have been detected, produced... Read more
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Quartz
Top scientists explain how enormously exciting and important gravitational waves are - Quartz Written byKeith Riles | Alan Duffy | Amanda Weltman | Daniel...
Top scientists explain how enormously exciting and important gravitational waves are
Quartz / Posted 12 hours ago
- Quartz Written byKeith Riles | Alan Duffy | Amanda Weltman | Daniel... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitation
5 most Incredible discoveries of the week
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 12 hours ago
(NEWSER) – A huge find in the cosmos and potent pot make the list: Gravitational Waves Exist, Guys: Albert Einstein predicted them in 1916, and they were just confirmed—100 years later. Scientists say gravitational waves have been detected, produced... Read more
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Business Insider
This is the most profound explanation I've heard of what it means to detect gravitational wavesAlbert Einstein predicted their existence 100 years ago but never believed we'd
This is the most profound explanation I've heard of what it means to detect gravitational waves
Business Insider / Posted 12 hours ago
Albert Einstein predicted their existence 100 years ago but never believed we'd actually detect the waves. So right now if you hang around physicists, who can't contain their excitement, you're bound to hear some profound scientific poetry. One... Read more
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The Hindu
Listening to the chirps of gravitational wavesThree solar masses were converted into gravitational waves A century after Alb
Listening to the chirps of gravitational waves
The Hindu / Posted 12 hours ago
Three solar masses were converted into gravitational waves A century after Albert Einstein hypothesised the existence of gravitational waves, after decades of hard work to detect them directly and nearly four months of rigorous scrutiny of data, an... Read more
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Goal.com
Alves: Guardiola is a football Einstein - he will succeed at Man City - Goal.com Rest of the World Rest of Europe Dani The Brazil international
Alves: Guardiola is a football Einstein - he will succeed at Man City
Goal.com / Posted 13 hours ago
- Goal.com Rest of the World Rest of Europe Dani The Brazil international feels the Bayern Munich boss can... Read more
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Newser
Einstein Predicted Them 100 Years Ago. They've Just Been Confirmed5 Most Incredible Discoveries of the Week Read Less, Know More on Facebook and
Einstein Predicted Them 100 Years Ago. They've Just Been Confirmed
Newser / Posted 14 hours ago
5 Most Incredible Discoveries of the Week Read Less, Know More on Facebook and Twitter Get the 8@8: The eight stories you need to know, bright and early. Holy Einstein! 5 Most Incredible Discoveries of the Week Including a prescient Fitbit and a... Read more
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heraldscotland
Dambusters uncle inspired Scots gravitational waves scientistBut the feted scientist could not celebrate the momentous discovery with collea
Dambusters uncle inspired Scots gravitational waves scientist
heraldscotland / Posted 14 hours ago
But the feted scientist could not celebrate the momentous discovery with colleagues because he is suffering from dementia. His family has now revealed that Professor Drever, who is originally from Glasgow, is the nephew of Richan Drever, a... Read more
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Daily Record
We're making waves: How great thinks gravitate to our nation for epic discoveryThis week, an international team of scientists unveiled the discovery of gravit
We're making waves: How great thinks gravitate to our nation for epic discovery
Daily Record / Posted 15 hours ago
This week, an international team of scientists unveiled the discovery of gravitational waves, which could change the way the world looks at space and time – and even lead to real hoverboards. Scots physicists from the University of Glasgow have been... Read more
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The Signal
Einstein's Anthony Dickson is lifting Rockets to new heightsCalifornia’s leading scorer nearly quit playing basketball. Anthony Dickson, a
Einstein's Anthony Dickson is lifting Rockets to new heights
The Signal / Posted 17 hours ago
California’s leading scorer nearly quit playing basketball. Anthony Dickson, an Albert Einstein Academy senior, was attending Hart High just a year and a half ago. He didn’t get very much playing time during his freshman and sophomore years, and... Read more
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The Signal
Small school roundup: Trinity boys hoops remains spotless in leagueTrinity Classical Academy boys basketball last lost a Heritage League game on F
Small school roundup: Trinity boys hoops remains spotless in league
The Signal / Posted 18 hours ago
Trinity Classical Academy boys basketball last lost a Heritage League game on Feb. 11, 2014. It was to Faith Baptist of Canoga Park, a game Knights head coach Jeremy Haggerty remembers for fouls, missed shots and turnovers. Friday night wasn’t that... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Deal delays eviction threat for San Francisco nunsAlternate sites considered for embattled giant telescopeAlternate sites conside
Deal delays eviction threat for San Francisco nuns
KTVN Reno / Posted 18 hours ago
Alternate sites considered for embattled giant telescopeAlternate sites considered for embattled giant telescope A group building one of the world's largest telescopes wants to start construction no later than April 2018- even if that means it will... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Gray joins Geisinger Health SystemBoard certified in medical oncology and hematology, Gray received her medical d
Gray joins Geisinger Health System
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 19 hours ago
Board certified in medical oncology and hematology, Gray received her medical degree from State University of New York, Downstate College of Medicine, in 2004. She completed her internal medicine residency in 2007 at Albert Einstein College of... Read more
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New Kerala
Decoded: How particles 'fall' in love this Valentine'sWashington, Feb 13 : Here is a love story at the smallest scale imaginable: par
Decoded: How particles 'fall' in love this Valentine's
New Kerala / Posted 20 hours ago
Washington, Feb 13 : Here is a love story at the smallest scale imaginable: particles of light. It is possible to have particles that are so intimately linked that a change to one affects the other, even when they are separated at a distance. This... Read more
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New Kerala
Gravitational waves: Questions remain but don't detract from monumnetal discoveryThe maiden direct detection of gravitational waves (GW160914), announced on Feb
Gravitational waves: Questions remain but don't detract from monumnetal discovery
New Kerala / Posted 20 hours ago
The maiden direct detection of gravitational waves (GW160914), announced on February 11, the culmination of intense worldwide scientific efforts spanning almost four decades, is one of the greatest scientific discoveries of all times. In particular,... Read more
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Clovis News Journal
Legislative roundup — Feb. 13Days remaining in session: 5 Hate crimes A Senate committee on Friday voted al
Legislative roundup — Feb. 13
Clovis News Journal / Posted 20 hours ago
Days remaining in session: 5 Hate crimes A Senate committee on Friday voted along party lines against a bill that would have added law enforcement officers, firefighters and emergency medical technicians as protected classes under New Mexico’s hate... Read more
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Rappler
Woman courts man: An unusual love storyLOVE STORY. Love stories don't have to be traditional to work. Photo by Shutter
Woman courts man: An unusual love story
Rappler / Posted 22 hours ago
LOVE STORY. Love stories don't have to be traditional to work. Photo by Shutterstock Born in Bristol, England, in 1902, Paul Dirac was, after Einstein, the second most important theoretical physicist of the 20th century. He studied at Cambridge,... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Meet the Indian scientists behind gravitational waves discoverySixty Indian scientists from across nine Indian institutes are involved in the
Meet the Indian scientists behind gravitational waves discovery
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 23 hours ago
Sixty Indian scientists from across nine Indian institutes are involved in the experiment that led to the discovery of the gravitational wave as predicted by Albert Einstein a century ago. HT caught up with the leading lights in dull-grey jackets... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Legwork over, India lab for space gravity enters final legThe world’s third Laser Interferometer Gravitational Observatory (LIGO), a giga
Legwork over, India lab for space gravity enters final leg
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 23 hours ago
The world’s third Laser Interferometer Gravitational Observatory (LIGO), a gigantic instrument to detect stellar gravitational waves that will be set up in India, is more than a file waiting to get cabinet approval. Over the past four years,... Read more
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Daily Examiner
The Supernerd – one of the smartest men on televisionWHEN Issa Schultz was a child he found an old Trivial Pursuit board game hidden
The Supernerd – one of the smartest men on television
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
WHEN Issa Schultz was a child he found an old Trivial Pursuit board game hidden in a cupboard. In that moment his fate was sealed, for he was to become The Supernerd - one of the smartest men on television. Issa's dedication to learning goes right... Read more
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Northern Star
The Supernerd – one of the smartest men on televisionWHEN Issa Schultz was a child he found an old Trivial Pursuit board game hidden
The Supernerd – one of the smartest men on television
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
WHEN Issa Schultz was a child he found an old Trivial Pursuit board game hidden in a cupboard. In that moment his fate was sealed, for he was to become The Supernerd - one of the smartest men on television. Issa's dedication to learning goes right... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
The Supernerd – one of the smartest men on televisionWHEN Issa Schultz was a child he found an old Trivial Pursuit board game hidden
The Supernerd – one of the smartest men on television
The Daily Mercury / Posted yesterday
WHEN Issa Schultz was a child he found an old Trivial Pursuit board game hidden in a cupboard. In that moment his fate was sealed, for he was to become The Supernerd - one of the smartest men on television. Issa's dedication to learning goes right... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
The Supernerd – one of the smartest men on televisionWHEN Issa Schultz was a child he found an old Trivial Pursuit board game hidden
The Supernerd – one of the smartest men on television
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted yesterday
WHEN Issa Schultz was a child he found an old Trivial Pursuit board game hidden in a cupboard. In that moment his fate was sealed, for he was to become The Supernerd - one of the smartest men on television. Issa's dedication to learning goes right... Read more
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Queensland Times
The Supernerd – one of the smartest men on televisionWHEN Issa Schultz was a child he found an old Trivial Pursuit board game hidden
The Supernerd – one of the smartest men on television
Queensland Times / Posted yesterday
WHEN Issa Schultz was a child he found an old Trivial Pursuit board game hidden in a cupboard. In that moment his fate was sealed, for he was to become The Supernerd - one of the smartest men on television. Issa's dedication to learning goes right... Read more
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New York Post
Mystery illness sickens 190 students at Pennsylvania collegeClasses and weekend activities have been canceled at Ursinus College in eastern
Mystery illness sickens 190 students at Pennsylvania college
New York Post / Posted yesterday
Classes and weekend activities have been canceled at Ursinus College in eastern Pennsylvania as the school deals with a mystery illness that has sickened more than 190 students. University spokeswoman Esme Artz says at least 192 students have... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
The Supernerd – one of the smartest men on televisionWHEN Issa Schultz was a child he found an old Trivial Pursuit board game hidden
The Supernerd – one of the smartest men on television
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
WHEN Issa Schultz was a child he found an old Trivial Pursuit board game hidden in a cupboard. In that moment his fate was sealed, for he was to become The Supernerd - one of the smartest men on television. Issa's dedication to learning goes right... Read more
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News Mail
The Supernerd – one of the smartest men on televisionWHEN Issa Schultz was a child he found an old Trivial Pursuit board game hidden
The Supernerd – one of the smartest men on television
News Mail / Posted yesterday
WHEN Issa Schultz was a child he found an old Trivial Pursuit board game hidden in a cupboard. In that moment his fate was sealed, for he was to become The Supernerd - one of the smartest men on television. Issa's dedication to learning goes right... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Einstein, A Hunch And Decades Of Work: How Scientists Found Gravitational WavesBut behind the headlines and news conferences were decades of hard work, hundre
Einstein, A Hunch And Decades Of Work: How Scientists Found Gravitational Waves
KPBS San Diego / Posted yesterday
But behind the headlines and news conferences were decades of hard work, hundreds of scientists and more than a billion dollars in taxpayer funds. "It's profoundly satisfying that it came out the way that we intended, we'd hoped, we'd dreamed," says... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Montana State researchers among those proving Einstein rightAstrophysicist Neil Cornish, co-director of Montana State University's eXtreme
Montana State researchers among those proving Einstein right
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
Astrophysicist Neil Cornish, co-director of Montana State University's eXtreme Gravity Institute, poses for a portrait on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, at Montana State University in Bozeman, Mont. Cornish and a team of 1,000 scientists worldwide, helped... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Montana State researchers among those proving Einstein rightAstrophysicist Neil Cornish, co-director of Montana State University's eXtreme
Montana State researchers among those proving Einstein right
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
Astrophysicist Neil Cornish, co-director of Montana State University's eXtreme Gravity Institute, poses for a portrait on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2016, at Montana State University in Bozeman, Mont. Cornish and a team of 1,000 scientists worldwide, helped... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Cam Newton posts first photo of his infant son, Chosen'Finally:' Pope meets Russian Orthodox leader'Finally:' Pope meets Russian Orth
Cam Newton posts first photo of his infant son, Chosen
Hawaii News Now / Posted yesterday
'Finally:' Pope meets Russian Orthodox leader'Finally:' Pope meets Russian Orthodox leader (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini). Pope Francis boards an airplane at Rome's Fiumicino airport on his way to a week-long trip to Mexico, Friday, Feb. 12, 2016. The... Read more
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