Expert Voices Paul Sutter
Paul Sutter received his Ph.D. in Physics from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in 2011. After spending three years at the Paris Institute of Astrophysics, he is now a visiting scholar at the Ohio State University's Center for Cosmology and Astro-Particle Physics. Sutter is the host of several podcasts and YouTube series, consults for TV and film productions, and frequently makes public appearances discussing physics and astronomy topics and the role science plays in society.
The world of the teensy-tiny, the quantum realm, could have a favorite flavor. Here's why that's a big deal.
Does the simulation hypothesis offer a compelling argument, or is it just interesting food for thought? Let's find out.
The Higgs boson particle could have kept our universe from collapsing within a larger multiverse, physicists say.
A multiverse may be a natural prediction of the physical theories that define the beginning of the universe.
In a recent study, researchers determined that about 1% of all the "normal" (that is, not dark) matter in the universe is bound up inside black holes.
Wormholes may be stable after all, a new theory suggests, contradicting previous predictions that these hypothetical shortcuts through space-time would instantly collapse.
James Clerk Maxwell is the scientist responsible for explaining the forces behind the radio in your car, the magnets on your fridge, the heat of a warm summer day and the charge on a battery.
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