## No, there are STILL no deadly mini-black holes!

Kentucky, who runs a fantastic blog over at arxivblog.org, has pointed out a new calculation about black hole creation here on earth. The paper (arxiv) suggests that mini-black holes might…

Read moreKentucky, who runs a fantastic blog over at arxivblog.org, has pointed out a new calculation about black hole creation here on earth. The paper (arxiv) suggests that mini-black holes might…

Read moreYet another proof of the Riemann Hypothesis (RH) has been proposed by BYU mathematician Xian-Jin Li. Dr. Li posted his proof on the arXiv a few days ago. (Update, 11:05am.)…

Read moreIn more examples of the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics, there now exists a robust application of group theory to the human spinal cord. Modeling the Human Spine. A few years…

Read moreThe new CERN press release has finally come out, with the latest report on the (nearly-go-for-launch) Large Hadron Collider. No surprises, of course. The major new result is strong evidence…

Read moreQuestion: What is the maximum number of moves required to solve a Rubik’s cube? Nobody knows the answer yet. But it’s either 21, 22, or 23 moves, and we’re about…

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