From plants to humans, we all are 'star stuff', as Carl Sagan famously remarked; embedded inside us are the products of stellar fusion, the necessities of sustaining life itself.

The Sun is undoubtedly the elephant in the room. The...

Stars more than 10 times as massive as the sun transfer material in the form of stellar wind. The material flows along the magnetic poles of the neutron star, creating X-ray pulsations as it is heated.

The former part of our title s...

December 17, 2017

The ever increasing introduction of robots has significantly decreased the amount of thinking humans apply to their daily lives and has hence sought the question whether this has eliminated the need for expertise

The meteoric rise o...

December 17, 2017

A ‘Time Paradox’, also sometimes known as a ‘Temporal Paradox’, is basically a contradiction of time. To be clearer, a time paradox is a paradox in the sense that there is a contradiction of time, or there is a logical contradictio...

December 17, 2017

Abstract

When physics comes into the fold, size does matter. In our paper, we review an old trait of quantum physics, entanglement. It is being tested today and holds the promise of zero electricity transmission-loss while having th...

December 17, 2017

Mobile phones are a necessity in today’s fast paced and ever growing world.  Within a short span of time, since their advent in the late 2000’s, they have now become an integral part in our daily lives and it is unimaginable to be...

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