A few weeks ago I was talking about the concept of Brane Multiverse which gains attention of physicists concerned with the superstring theory (or, equivalently, with the M-theory). Then, I showed how the Cyclic Multiverse model was improved upon the notions of this theory. Today our goal is to have a look on another Multiverse […]Read more "The Landscape Multiverse"
There was once, according to the story, a little girl who fell down a rabbit hole and discovered a strange world where the normal physical rules of how our world works no longer applied. Today we are going to look at what might happen to her great, great granddaughter if she got bored with the […]Read more "Alice’s Adventures in Black Hole Land"
1. This is about the biggest planet of them all and one very special moon, Europa, one of the places in our Solar Syatem where life may have developed independantly of Earth, a second Genesis. We’re going to look at Jupiter and then Europa but, like us humans, it is their relationship that makes Europa […]Read more "Jupiter, king of the planets, and Europa, another home for life?"
This time we are going to take a look at Pluto and the rather novel way it came to be discovered. But first let’s take a quick look at Pluto with some basic facts about this distant member of our Solar System and I suppose I should start with a proper introduction. Ladies and gentlemen, […]Read more "Pluto, distant gateway to the Kuiper Belt and Beyond!"
Our Sun is what is called a yellow dwarf star. This means that it is, as it’s name suggests, yellow (it’s not really) and comparatively small, (welllll yes and no). Actually it appears blindingly white when seen without the filter of an atmosphere and it radiates most of it’s energy in the green area of […]Read more "Brown Dwarfs are Cool!"