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Why do matter and antimatter annihilate?
  • annihilation results in a large energy release. so nothing is actually disappearing. changing form maybe. I'm guessing at the big bang matter/anti-matter went opposite directions and we just can't see that half. not speculating about symmetry. just a large amount of anti-matter beyond observational light-speed limits. speculation

  • phys.org Researchers observe a large anomalous Hall effect triggered by spin-fluctuating devil's staircase

    A research group from University of Tsukuba has discovered that fluctuations of electron spins in magnetic materials trigger a large anomalous Hall effect during phase transition known as the devil's staircase magnetic transition.

    Researchers observe a large anomalous Hall effect triggered by spin-fluctuating devil's staircase

    clickbait headline but interesting materials research. 'a unique magnetic transition phenomenon known as the "spin-fluctuating devil's staircase."'

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    breakfast is required
  • noticed in another group, every post had a couple down-votes. bot-like. no idea

  • breakfast is required

    mstdn.social elle (@[email protected])

    Attached: 1 image am being informed that breakfast is required, even on sunday mornings

    elle (@ElleGray@mstdn.social)

    !

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    Don't disturb my sleep!

    mastodon.social ั…ะปะตะฑ (@[email protected])

    Attached: 1 image Don't disturb my sleep! #cat #caturday #catsofmastodon #fedicats #catsoffediverse #kitty #pussy #ะบะพั‚ #ะบะพั‚ะฐััƒะฑะพั‚ะฐ #ะบะพั‚ะฐั‚ัั€ะฐะฟั–ั #photo #photography

    ั…ะปะตะฑ (@hleb@mastodon.social)

    !

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    cat or skunk bounces on trash - mice scramble
  • didn't smell a skunk. maybe wind was right or it wasn't spraying

  • cat or skunk bounces on trash - mice scramble
  • could be. only saw it for a second. white strip matches. never saw one catching mice in a garbage can. wasn't about to try and catch it.

  • cat or skunk bounces on trash - mice scramble

    louisiana parking lot trash can. Came up with a mouse and ran off before I got another picture. wasn't sure what it was. feral and wild. hanging in there by the back toes

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    phys.org Astronomy generates mountains of dataโ€”that's perfect for AI

    Consumer-grade AI is finding its way into people's daily lives with its ability to generate text and images and automate tasks. But astronomers need much more powerful, specialized AI. The vast amounts of observational data generated by modern telescopes and observatories defies astronomers' efforts...

    Astronomy generates mountains of dataโ€”that's perfect for AI
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    Are stars vanishing into their own black holes? A bizarre binary system says 'yes'
  • seems to me astronomy needs AI trained on elemental physics to sift all the data for patterns. more eyes the better.

  • Airplane turbulence is getting worse. Scientists explain why.
  • expecting a record hurricane season. ocean temps are at record highs in the spinup zone

    https://mastodon.social/@burritojustice/112488413130302913

  • www.space.com Are stars vanishing into their own black holes? A bizarre binary system says 'yes'

    The findings could explain the disappearance of dozens of stars over the past century.

    Are stars vanishing into their own black holes? A bizarre binary system says 'yes'

    not long

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    www.newscientist.com How the US used science to wage psychological war

    The US has been honing its psychological warfare skills since the 19th century, when it started sending anthropologists onto battlefields, says Annalee Newitz

    How the US used science to wage psychological war

    They spend trillions on secret ops. Glad the best are on our side, i guess

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    Gliese 12 b, a temperate Earth-sized planet at 12 parsecs discovered with TESS and CHEOPS

    mastodon.social Corey S Powell (@[email protected])

    Attached: 1 image If you're the kind of person who likes to go deep, I got you. The full research paper is freely available online, providing the technical details of how astronomers found the Earth-size planet Gliese 12b, and what we really do (and do not) know about it. https://academic.oup.c...

    Corey S Powell (@coreyspowell@mastodon.social)

    ends up on https://academic.oup.com/mnras/article/531/1/1276/7679807#455880802

    ngl, skipped to conclusions

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    wwII steam

    Union Pacific Big Boy steam locomotive, the largest operating steam locomotive in the world. This absolute unit is 26 meters long and weighs 600 tons when including its tender. It came around in 1941 after other locomotives were unable to pull trains up steep slopes in the Wasatch Mountains on their own, requiring help from other locomotives. The 4-8-8-4 Big Boy, with its tractive effort of 135,375 lbf, could do it alone. 25 were built in total, and they traveled millions of miles moving materials crucial to the war effort

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    Nova explosion visible to the naked eye expected any day now
  • saw one that could only be seen from planes over a pole N/S? forget

  • Nova explosion visible to the naked eye expected any day now
  • went outside for 15 minutes. no lights. eh. I just try to wrap my head around the scale of space. should invest in some automatic scope. they have ones you set on the roof and observe from the desktop. few thousand $$ installed

  • Trains vs DERAILS

    video with train wrecks

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    arstechnica.com Nova explosion visible to the naked eye expected any day now

    Sometime between May and September, a white dwarf is expected to go thermonuclear.

    Nova explosion visible to the naked eye expected any day now
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    www.space.com James Webb Space Telescope sees Orion Nebula in a stunning new light (images)

    "These images have such incredible detail that we will be scrutinizing them for many years to come."

    James Webb Space Telescope sees Orion Nebula in a stunning new light (images)
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    Later, losers
  • local_users lusers

  • Not happening, dude
  • it came down to a job that paid. training mostly sucked. oil? you mean the crap I buy for my car no matter what they charge?

  • Microsoft Just Released MS-DOS Source Code!
  • not making money. make windows a gui on top of linux. like osX. silly microsoft

  • Microsoft Just Released MS-DOS Source Code!
  • reminds me of the last time I had to remember that dir/copy/move with backslashes. dad's insurance 'software'. always amazed me how computer users get stuck in a way of doing things. print mail

  • Please help with feeding Mama cat and kittens
  • upvote for the pic. not sure about your claim. link is too an amazon cat stuff list so, eh

  • Watch these hungry waxworms eat through plastic and digest it too
  • wondering same. exothermic? worms like it I guess

  • Watch these hungry waxworms eat through plastic and digest it too
  • hope it works on most common grocery bags