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10 years of the Physics arXiv Blog: 2015

Friday, August 18th, 2017
The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old and we’re celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.
Today, 2010.

The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old and we’re celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.

Today, 2015.

Data Mining Reveals the Extent of China’s Ghost Cities
Data Mining Indian Recipes Reveals New Food Pairing Phenomenon

Wikipedia-Mining Algorithm Reveals World’s Most Influential Universities
Data Mining Reveals How Smiling Evolved During a Century of Yearbook Photos

The Social-Network Illusion That Tricks Your Mind

Why Self-Driving Cars Must Be Programmed to Kill
Spiders Ingest Nanotubes, Then Weave Silk Reinforced with Carbon
Deep Learning Machine Beats Humans in IQ Test

10 years of the Physics arXiv Blog: 2014

Thursday, August 17th, 2017
The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old and we’re celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.
Today, 2010.

The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old and we’re celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.

Today, 2014.

How the Internet Is Taking Away America’s Religion

Google’s Secretive DeepMind Startup Unveils a “Neural Turing Machine”How the Friendship Paradox Makes Your Friends Better Than You Are

First Graphene Audio Speaker Easily Outperforms Traditional Designs

10 years of the Physics arXiv Blog: 2013

Thursday, August 17th, 2017
The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old and we’re celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.
Today, 2010.

The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old and we’re celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.

Today, 2013.

Edit Wars Reveal The 10 Most Controversial Topics on Wikipedia

World’s First Digital Laser Designed and Built in Africa
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10 years of the Physics arXiv Blog: 2012

Wednesday, August 16th, 2017
The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old and we’re celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.
Today, 2010.

The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old and we’re celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.

Today, 2012.

PlaceRaider: The Military Smartphone Malware Designed to Steal Your Life
First Teleportation from One Macroscopic Object to Another
Room Temperature Superconductivity Found in Graphite Grains
The Measurement That Would Reveal The Universe As A Computer Simulation

When a Jet Hits a Soap Film

Chinese Physicists Smash Distance Record For Teleportation
Mathematicians Solve Minimum Sudoku Problem

How to Build a Speech-Jamming Gun

10 years of the Physics arXiv Blog: 201

Tuesday, August 15th, 2017
The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old and we’re celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.
Today, 2010.

The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old and we’re celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.

Today, 2011.

Atmosphere Above Japan Heated Rapidly Before M9 Earthquake

Billion-Ton Comet May Have Missed Earth by a Few Hundred Kilometers in 1883
New Type Of Entanglement Allows ‘Teleportation in Time,’ Say Physicists
First Demonstration of Time Cloaking
How To Turn A Laser Into A Tractor Beam

10 years of the Physics arXiv Blog: 2010

Monday, August 14th, 2017
The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old today. Over the next few days, we’ll be celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.
Today, 2007.

The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old and we’re celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.

Today, 2010.

Benford’s Law And A Theory of Everything
White Holes And Kitchen Sinks
Time Likely To End Within Earth’s Lifespan, Say Physicists
Physicist Discovers How to Teleport Energy
Astronomers Find First Evidence of Other Universes

Microbial Life Found in Hydrocarbon Lake

Gravity Emerges from Quantum Information, Say Physicists
Why Our Universe Must Have Been Born Inside a Black Hole
Big Bang Abandoned in New Model of the Universe
The Death of Nemesis: The Sun’s Distant, Dark Companion

10 years of the Physics arXiv Blog: 2009

Sunday, August 13th, 2017
The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old today. Over the next few days, we’ll be celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.
Today, 2007.

The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old and we’re celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.

Today, 2009.

Human eye could detect spooky action at a distance

Black holes from the LHC could survive for minutes

10 years of the Physics arXiv Blog: 2008

Saturday, August 12th, 2017
The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old today. Over the next few days, we’ll be celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.
Today, 2007.

The Physics arXiv Blog is 10 years old today. Over the next few days, we’ll be celebrating by publishing links to the top stories from each year of its existence.

Today, 2008.

Cloaking objects at a distance
Quantum communication: when 0 + 0 is not equal to 0
Do nuclear decay rates depend on our distance from the sun?
Feline ballistics
First superheavy element found in nature
Rubik’s cube proof cut to 25 moves
First test of exotic space thruster ends in explosion
Forget black holes, could the LHC trigger a “Bose supernova”?

More changes to the Physics arXiv Blog

Saturday, September 14th, 2013

From September 2013, The Physics arXiv Blog is moving to Medium.com. Keep up to date with the latest ideas in physics and astronomy at: https://medium.com/the-physics-arxiv-blog

For those of you more interested in technology, I’ll be covering this at Technology Review in a blog called “Emerging Technology from the arXiv” at:  http://www.technologyreview.com/contributor/emerging-technology-from-the-arxiv/

Follow the headlines on Twitter at: https://twitter.com/arxivblog

See you there!

In case ya missed ’em…

Sunday, June 29th, 2008

The cocktails from the physics arxivblog this week:

The latest social network: binge drinking

Why black holes could be antimatter factories

Surfing solves puzzle of water snail locomotion

Solar system filled with dark matter, say astronomers

The popcorn experiment and spooky action-at-a-distance