Michael Byrne @everydayelk
"There is geometry in the humming of the strings."
Articles by Michael Byrne
In 1921, we learned just how wrong our notions of ‘space’ really are
Using 2D graphene-like materials, Berkeley Labs physicists are chasing information at new scales.
Three years later and Shinichi Mochizuki’s opus of pure mathematics is yet to be verified.
So says long-time quantum computing researcher Ivan H. Deutsch.
Researchers use graph theory to sniff out junk information.
Everyone's favorite material could double the theoretical efficiency of solar energy conversion.
Even without anti-vaxxers, keeping diseases down is hard.
Why is it that the most outcast, loner marmots raise the most alarms?
At small enough scales, it becomes impossible to say when something begins and when it ends.
Physicists force a slight tweak in the fundamental speed of light in a vacuum.