A quantum experiment suggests there’s no such thing as objective reality – MIT Technology Review

Physicists have long suspected that quantum mechanics allows two observers to experience different, conflicting realities. Now they’ve performed the first experiment that proves it. Source: A quantum experiment suggests there’s no such thing as objective reality – MIT Technology Review

Scientists: Ancient Papyrus That Says Jesus Was Married Is Authentic | Gizmodo Australia

Three teams of scientists at Harvard University, Columbia University, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have concluded that the ancient coptic papyrus that talks about Jesus’ wife is authentic and not a forgery. The Vatican claimed the latter when it was discovered…. Source: Scientists: Ancient Papyrus That Says Jesus Was Married Is Authentic | GizmodoContinue reading “Scientists: Ancient Papyrus That Says Jesus Was Married Is Authentic | Gizmodo Australia”

Participating in Elections – A Handy Guide for Those on the Left – PeterTownsend.info

Party like there’s nothing to party about After observing the Brexit Referendum, the 2016 US Presidential Election and the 2019 Australian General Election I’m pleased to offer this practical step-… Source: Participating in Elections – A Handy Guide for Those on the Left – PeterTownsend.info

Is God nothing more than a sufficiently advanced extra-terrestrial intelligence?

Is God nothing more than a sufficiently advanced extra-terrestrial intelligence? by Michael Shermer Publisher, Skeptic magazine; Monthly Columnist, Scientific American; Presidential Fellow, Chapman University; Author, Heavens on Earth   This question is based on what I call, tongue in cheek, “Shermer’s Last Law,” that any sufficiently advanced extra-terrestrial intelligence is indistinguishable from God. As scientistContinue reading “Is God nothing more than a sufficiently advanced extra-terrestrial intelligence?”

(26) Inna Vishik’s answer to Are we really running out of helium? Is this actually a significant concern in the scientific community, or has it just been played up by Internet media sources? Is there an easy or viable solution for preserving existing resources or creating more? – Quora

Source: (26) Inna Vishik’s answer to Are we really running out of helium? Is this actually a significant concern in the scientific community, or has it just been played up by Internet media sources? Is there an easy or viable solution for preserving existing resources or creating more? – Quora