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Stephen Hawking at 70: Exclusive interview by NewScientist

“Throughout the 1970s I had been working mainly on black holes. However, in 1981 my intrest in origin of universe was reawakened ¬†when I attended conference on cosmology in Vatican. The Catholic church had made a bad mistake with Galileo when it tried to lay down the law on a question of science, declaring that … Continue reading

Damp and Lively

Is Mars Weeping Salty Tears? “I’m going to hear from my colleagues: ‘So, you’ve discovered water on Mars for the thousandth time?’ ” says planetary scientist Alfred McEwen of the University of Arizona in Tucson. Actually, it’s much better than that. Using the most powerful camera ever to orbit Mars, McEwen and his colleagues are … Continue reading


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