Thursday, January 17, 2019
So, what happened to tip the universe out of its formless state? [How Quantum Entanglement Works (Infographic)] Scientists still aren't sure.
But researchers have figured out a new way to model in a lab the sort of defect that could have caused the great unbalancing of the early universe.
In a new paper, published today (Jan. 16) in the journal Nature Communications, scientists showed that they can use supercooled helium to model those first moments of existence -- specifically, to re-create one possible set of conditions that may have existed just after the Big Bang.
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