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Mysteries of Stephen Hawking's doodle-filled blackboard may finally be solved

A new museum exhibit hopes to uncover the secrets behind the doodles, in-jokes and coded messages on a blackboard that Stephen Hawking kept for more than 35 years.

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5 million shipwrecked Legos still washing up 25 years after falling overboard

A once-in-a-century wave that struck a cargo ship 25 years ago caused the worst toy-related environmental disaster of all time, known as the Great Lego Spill.

logo.png  By WG  Feb 13, 2022

What's the maximum number of planets that could orbit the sun?

If a super-advanced civilization had to ability to engineer the solar system from scratch, how many planets could they squeeze around the sun?

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What is the 'Gold Foil Experiment'? The Geiger-Marsden experiments explained

The Geiger-Marsden experiment, also called the gold foil experiment, gave physicists their first view of the structure of the atomic nucleus.

logo.png  By WG  Feb 13, 2022