Meet One of the Youngest, Last Surviving Manhattan Project Scientists
Murray Peshkin is one of the last surviving Manhattan Project scientists. This is his story, told after our trip to the crater of the first atomic bomb, on its 70th birthday.
Quantum Physics' Wave-Particle Duality Enigma Bleeds Into the Classical World
New experiments demonstrate one of the defining oddities of quantum mechanics scaling up to the size of atoms.
When Time Flows Backwards
Physicists again demonstrate one of the quantum world's more eye-crossing properties: time symmetry.
The 'Feynman Lectures on Physics' Are Now Online, So Go Be a Genius
Thanks to CalTech, all three volumes of Feynman's landmark textbooks are now freely available.
Let's Watch Richard Feynman's "Character of Physical Law" Lectures Together
First up: gravity.
Quantum Mechanics Is a Hell of a Way To Run a Universe
So why does the universe use it to make the rules? A new theory may have an answer.