The Tonga eruption in January was “basically like Krakatoa 2.” This time, geophysicists could explain the tiny tsunamis that cropped up all over the planet, solving a 139-year-old mystery about Tonga’s predecessor.
For centuries, mathematicians have tried to prove that Euler’s fluid equations can produce nonsensical answers. A new approach to machine learning has researchers betting that “blowup” is near.
Life could use a more expansive genetic code in theory, but new work shows that improving on three-letter codons would be a challenge.
A new analysis of W bosons suggests these particles are significantly heavier than predicted by the Standard Model of particle physics.
The existence of secure cryptography depends on one of the oldest questions in computational complexity.
The result could help researchers answer a larger question about flattening objects from the fourth dimension to the third dimension.
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