Time for your weekly edition of Drew Magary's Funbag. Today, we're talking about plain tortilla chips, 1994, the death of gravity, and more.
In yet another win for Albert Einstein’s theories, scientists report the first ever detection of “Schwarzschild precession” around a black hole.
Astronomers spent 20 years using a dead star as a gigantic "cosmic clock" to test a mind-blowing prediction of Einstein's general theory of relativity.
Physicist Alexander Bataller recreated exotic cosmic phenomena on Earth using household materials.
This alternate explanation for 'Planet Nine,' proposed by scientists in a new paper, poses some fundamental questions like: Should we visit it?
NIST's new atomic clocks will help create the world's most precise map of how Earth's gravity warps spacetime.
Although the trailer is thin on dialogue, it evokes themes of poverty, class, and race.
Astronomers watched as gas approached 30 percent the speed of light during the most detailed observation ever made of material orbiting so close to a black hole.
Observing the light from neutron stars provided a baseline to measure the effects of extra dimensions on the propagation of gravitational waves through space.
Which is pretty sad when contemplating the future of the planet, whatever shape you think its is.
A taste of Earth’s gravity, now in unitard form.
Advanced timekeeping could help unify quantum and gravitational physics, predict earthquakes, and navigate in deep space.