A team of scientists develop a model that describes the accelerating expansion of the universe without the need for mysterious dark energy.
Ramin Skibba, Contributor
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In a new book, Sean Carroll brings together physics and philosophy while advocating for "poetic naturalism."
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A new movie tells the story of an underdog Indian mathematician.
After top dark matter candidate fizzles out, physicists look to more exotic realms.
Images of distorted galaxies provide a new resource for studying dark matter and dark energy.
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