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Is a New Particle Changing the Fate of the Universe?

by Paul Sutter, LiveScience

Astronomers around the world are in a bit of a tizzy because they can’t seem to agree about how fast the universe is expanding. 

Ever since our universe emerged from an explosion of a tiny speck of infinite density and gravity, it has been ballooning, and not at a steady rate, either — the expansion of the universe keeps getting faster. 

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“The Bubble Universe” –A New Model of the Cosmos

by The Daily Galaxy via Uppsala University

As Peter Woit, a theoretical mathematician at Columbia University says, string theory “is not even wrong” because it is not falsifiable –a basic tenet of all science theory. Now, Uppsala University researchers have devised yet another “new model” for the universe based on string theory – one with the added bonus they propose may solve the enigma of dark energy.

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