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### 'Emergent gravity' could force us to rewrite the laws of physics

By Paul Sutter published

The idea of emergent gravity is still new and requires a lot of assumptions in its calculations to make it work. But if experimental evidence ever proves it real, we would need to totally rewrite the laws of physics.

### Pi calculated to 105 trillion digits, smashing world record

By Harry Baker published

A U.S. computer storage company has calculated the irrational number pi to 105 trillion digits, breaking the previous world record. The calculations took 75 days to complete and used up 1 million gigabytes of data.

### Flight MH370 vanished 10 years ago. Will it ever be found?

By Charitha Pattiaratchi published

Malaysia airlines flight 370 disappeared somewhere in the Indian ocean a decade ago. Now, Malaysia's transport minister wants to renew the search for the missing airplane.

### Can you solve NASA's Pi Day 2024 riddle?

By Meredith Garofalo published

Hungry for Pi? Check out NASA's Pi Day challenge and put your wits to the test solving problems just like NASA scientists and engineers.

### 12 surprising facts about pi to chew on this Pi Day

By Tia Ghose published

On Pi Day (March 14) we celebrate perhaps the most iconic irrational number on Earth. From its ancient origins to the unanswered questions, here are some of the most surprising facts about pi.

### Why NASA uses only 16 of the 105 trillion digits of pi we know

By Harry Baker published

On Pi Day (March 14), NASA reminded us why we need only a small slice of the irrational number's infinite decimal places to explain most of the known universe.

### Opposites attract? Not in new experiment that finds loophole in fundamental rule of physics

By Ben Turner published

Like-charged objects were found to clump together while opposites repelled because of the newly discovered "electrosolvation force."

### Mysterious 'unparticles' may be pushing the universe apart, new theoretical study suggests

By Andrey Feldman published

New theoretical research suggests that a mysterious form of matter called "unparticles" could be the driving force behind the expansion of the universe.

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