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Tag archives: cosmology

Listen to the sound of the Big Bang

By James Dacey

Hearing the Big Bang
Planck data used to represent the sounds of the early universe
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It sounds like a Kraftwerk track, but this is in fact an audio representation of the Big Bang based on scientific measurements. The physicist John Kramer has produced the sounds using the new data from the ESA’s Planck Mission analysis of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) radiation.


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String theorist bags $3m Fundamental Physics Prize

By Hamish Johnston

Alexander Polyakov

Alexander Polyakov has something to smile about. (Courtesy: Technion University)

The string theorist Alexander Polyakov has won the 2013 Fundamental Physics Prize. The $3m prize is awarded by Milner Foundation, which is funded by the Russian entrepreneur Yuri Milner and was inaugurated last year.


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