This leaked email from the 13th batch of John Podesta’s hacked emails shows direct confirmation that a meeting was set up with Hillary Clinton, and it was paid for with that massive cash payoff:
Scientists uncover origin of high-temperature superconductivity in copper-oxide compound
(Clockwise from left) Brookhaven Lab physicists Ivan Bozovic, Anthony Bollinger, and Jie Wu, and postdoctoral researcher Xi He are with the atomic layer-by-layer molecular beam epitaxy system used to synthesize more than 2,500 thin films of a copper-oxide compound called LSCO. The team studied LSCO to understand why it can become superconducting at a much higher temperature than the ultra-chilled temperatures required by conventional superconductors. Credit: Brookhaven National Laboratory
A earthquake devastated Haiti in 2010. Following the disaster, the American Red Cross raised a half billion dollars for relief. Where did that money go? ProPublica and NPR investigate.
The Force is With You?
You may have heard that gravity isn’t a force. This is true. Gravity is not a force; however, this truth leaves us with a number of questions.
For example, we’re commonly told that gravity “pulls” things towards massive objects. I know that, when teaching introductory physics (especially in elementary classes), some teachers and textbooks say things like, “Earth’s gravity pulls objects towards the center of the planet.”
Next year, we may see the launch of the first true quantum computers.
The implications will be staggering.
This post aims to answer three questions:
- What are quantum computers?
- What are their implications?
- Who’s working on them?
There’s a lot to unpack here, so hang tight, and let’s jump in!