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  1. I think that this is something being looked at since 2018
  2. I get it anytime something like this is found it could change our theories and possibly our text books and stuff
  3. Thank you, still don’t get what the implications are if they are different
  4. Sorry this quote threw me off So the universe may not be isotropic in its laws of physics – one that is the same, statistically, in all directions. But in fact, there could be some direction or preferred direction in the universe where the laws of physics change, but not in the perpendicular direction. In other words, the universe in some sense, has a dipole structure to it.
  5. I am trying to understand if this article is talking about expansion rate different depending where we look or it is is something totally different? https://www.miragenews.com/new-findings-reveal-universe-is-weirder-than-we-thought/
  6. Gotta love Brian Cox, his series from 2017 is still making red on express.co.uk. Is he for real or just a celebrity who created a video? His title claims universe can end at any minute but when you read the article by any minute he really means in a very very long time. But, Professor Cox confirmed it would be a long way in the future before something like this happened. He added: “The time-scale for vacuum decay is many times the age of our universe, so it’s not going to happen tomorrow, but it’s still disconcerting to think that our universe isn’t the stable, eternal home we once believed it to be. https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.express.co.uk/news/science/1273858/end-of-the-world-brian-cox-universe-unstable-vacuum-decay-space-news-spt/amp
  7. I get it I am just more surprised it has been retracted so quickly within days
  8. So now they changed there minds about this? https://www.forbes.com/sites/startswithabang/2020/04/21/no-the-universe-cannot-be-expanding-differently-in-different-directions/amp/ https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-01158-2 don’t get it, how did they change there minds within days?
  9. It the original article there was a mention made it would be more powerful When we detected our first black hole-black hole merger, there was a brief time period lasting under 200 milliseconds where that merger produced more energy than all the stars in the Universe combined. If we can find a supermassive black hole merger where the smaller mass is more than 500 million solar masses, not only will it emit more energy than all the stars in the Universe for about a week,
  10. I still don’t get how our universe contains possible 1 googol of stars and this type of merger would be more powerful than all the energy of those stars together but still only become gravitational waves?
  11. so I am a little confused. I thought Fomalhaut was a small galaxy with numerous stars example Fomalhaut A , Fomalhaut B etc. Now the article states that Fomalhaut B disappeared but does not give information about Fomalhaut A and the other stars and exoplanets in Fomalhaut. So are those still there or did all of Fomalhaut disappear? And yes I know they think what they saw was a dust cloud https://www.nasa.gov/feature/goddard/2020/exoplanet-apparently-disappears-in-latest-hubble-observations
  12. I get that now and I read this part which made me wonder Effects if it’s headed toward earth The notion that a rogue planetary body such as the Orion Nebula is headed towards Earth was confirmed back on January 25, 2016,
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