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Adina Nistor - Oct 30, 2013
We all know plastic things are made in China, cars are made in Germany and spices come from Asia. We buy foods from the local producers, but we can also enjoy beverages and dishes from distant corners of the world. We stay awake in the late hours of the night to chat on the internet with a friend from a country in a different time zone. What we wear, eat, watch, listen to, whom we meet and how fast and often we can visit different people from miles away has changed completely in the last few decades. Everything is closer and more connected. Welcome to the world of globalization!
Charlie West - Jul 15, 2013
Before the Big Bang, space-time as we know it did not exist. So how was it born? The process of creating normal space-time from an earlier state dominated by quantum gravity has been studied for years by theorists at the Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw. Recent analyses suggest a surprising conclusion: not all elementary particles are subject to the same space-time.