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The not-so-constant presence of Dark Energy

From Research Outreach

The accelerated expansion of the universe has remained one of the greatest unsolved mysteries in physics for over a century.
In his research, Dr Yoshihisa Kitazawa at the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization in Japan proposes an idea that could unify the mysterious driving force of this acceleration with the principles of quantum mechanics.

If his line of reasoning is correct, the approach could one day prove to transform cosmologistsí understanding of the seemingly all-permeating force of Dark Energy, and how it is driving the evolution of our universe.


This is a somewhat long but most interesting article. I think that Dr. Yoshihisa Kitazawa is on to something here.

"Which story do you prefer...

...the one with the cook or the one with the tiger (Richard Parker)?"

The interviewer: "The one with the tiger."

Pi: "And so it goes with God."

My dad died of a massive coronary too..

54yrs ago at age 45. Rheumatic fever had weakened his heart when he was a child. He was somewhat overweight, a smoker, and lived with a chip on his shoulder. I don't recall a day that he wasn't angry about something.

Glad to hear your mom is doing well at 94.

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