11-Year-Old Iranian Girl Gets the Highest Mensa IQ Score, Beating Einstein, Hawking

Feat image via Iran Front Page An 11-year-old Iranian high school student in the United Kingdom is making headlines for getting a remarkable result on

Scientists Found Huge object, Farther away than anything else found in Universe

Star Light Scientists may have glimpsed some of the oldest material in the universe. According to a new, yet-to-be-peer-reviewed study, researchers found an unidentified object

Physicists Just Found a New Quantum Paradox That Casts Doubt on a Pillar of Reality

(Paolo Carnassale/Getty Images)If a tree falls in a forest and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? Perhaps not, some

Nothingness Has Friction, And The Fastest Spinning Object Ever Made Could Measure It

(zf L/Moment /Getty Images)Scientists have created the fastest spinning object ever made, taking them a big step closer to being able to measure the mysterious

NASA Has Translated a Hubble Photo Into Music, And It’s Absolutely Chilling

(ESA/Hubble/NASA/RELICS)The Universe is a wondrous place, full of vast numbers of planets to explore, unsolved mysteries, and even ‘superbubbles’ blown by black holes. But there’s

Faster-Than-Light Speeds Could Be Why Gamma-Ray Bursts Seem to Go Backwards in Time

Artist’s impression of a relativistic jet. (DESY, Science Communication Lab) Time, as far as we know, moves only in one direction. But in 2018, researchers

Physicists Finally Observe a Link Between Quantum Criticality And Entanglement

(Joshua Sortino/Unsplash)We know that the realm of quantum physics is science operating at a mind-bogglingly small scale, thus watching quantum interactions happen is always exciting.

Astronomers Find First-Ever Collision of Black Holes With a Strange Mass Discrepancy

Simulation of a black-hole binary merger. (N. Fischer/H. Pfeiffer/A. Buonanno/Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics/Simulating eXtreme Spacetimes project) Just over a year ago, on 12

Neptune Rains Diamonds, And Now We Might Finally Know How

(Mark Garlick/Science Photo Library/Getty Images) Deep within the hearts of Neptune and Uranus, it could be raining diamonds. Now, scientists have produced new experimental evidence