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    Gravitational Waves

    February 13, 2016 by Drakenkaul
    • 1915 - Albert Einstein publishes general theory of relativity, explains gravity as the warping of spacetime by mass or energy
    • 1916 - Einstein predicts massive objects whirling in certain ways will cause spacetime ripples—gravitational waves
    • 1936 - Einstein has second thoughts and argues in a manuscript that the waves don't exist—until reviewer points out a mistake
    • 1962 - Russian physicists M. E. Gertsenshtein and V. I. Pustovoit publish paper sketch optical method for detecting gravitational
    • waves—to no notice
    • 1969 - Physicist Joseph Weber claims gravitational wave detection using massive aluminum cylinders—replication efforts fail
    • 1972 - Rainer Weiss of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge independently proposes optical …
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    A team of researchers led by UCLA electrical engineers has demonstrated a new way to harness light particles, or photons, that are connected to each other and act in unison no matter how far apart they are — a phenomenon known as quantum entanglement.

    In previous studies, photons have typically been entangled by one dimension of their quantum properties — usually the direction of their polarization.

    In the new study, researchers demonstrated that they could slice up and entangle each photon pair into multiple dimensions using quantum properties such as the photons’ energy and spin. This method, called hyperentanglement, allows each photon pair to carry much more data than was possible with previous methods.

    Quantum entanglement could allow us…

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    When we divide by 3

    March 4, 2015 by Drakenkaul

    Hi people this is draken. I am back again with the 'When we divide by a #' series blog. Now I had created a blog about dividing numbers by seven and it still is in beta mode. The thing is I won't be editing it anymore until someone comes and helps me in the pattern the thing was that uhm...it was very tough working with the division of a numebr by 7. Real tough man! So I ceased research on it but now I am back with a very simple one. The pattern is very easy and simple to understand and remember in this one. Let me show you.


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    Hello guys, Draken here. Now the thing is that uhm... well, this is not really a real edit. I mean I really haven't come up with a text material so this blog is still in its beta position but I have got some of the data already collected and formatted into a table so that you guys can check the way things are happening when we divide by seven. The last three column headings containing the number '4, 7 and 8' actually tell where a non-recurring corresponding number is occuring. Just look at the data below and you will see. 


    Conclusion:So I would conclude that this blog is not fully formatted and edited yet because I lack some text material for this blog which will come soon!

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