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2011 had numerous tech advancements





2011 had numerous tech advancements


Feb. 5, 2012



As the new year presses forward, the pursuit of scientific and technological advancements grows increasingly pervasive. New theories and insights constantly shape the future, and in 2011, numerous discoveries yielded the tools which man uses to contour society's potential.

A few examples of the year's breakthroughs include:

When faced with the question, most physicists would hesitate to deny Einstein's legendary theory of relativity.In this theory, space and time hold flexibility, and in turn, completely submit to the high speeds of light.

During the experiment in Geneva, Switzerland, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) carefully measured the speed of a neutrino, an incredibly small and neutral particle. Astonishingly, the calculations revealed that the neutrinos arrived one 17-millionth of a second before light.

But what significance lies in such an incomprehensibly small fraction of a second?

Plenty. The results test Einstein's theory and insinuate that the particles have an imaginary mass and possess the ability to travel backward in time.

Despite the unexpected findings, scientists will not discredit the German physicist's foundations and will continue to look farther into the latent causes that produced such a stir in the scientific community.

In today's world, technology evolves with faster speeds and thinner screens.

Electronic engineers, determined to discover the material which allows for smaller and more efficient technology, developed silicene, a new form of silicon. This new material, previously thought impossible to manufacture, was created using honeycomb-like structures by physicist Antoine Fleurence and his colleagues at the Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.

The impressive part?

It acts like its competitor, graphene, whose conductivity travels 100 times faster than regular silicon. Researchers hope that silicene will prove easier to manufacture than graphene, a sheet of carbon atoms, and be universally implemented for future technology.

Acorrelation between coffee and cancer. Good news to avid coffee drinkers! Many rumors surround the effects of this popular drink, but during March of last year, the Fudan University in Shanghai put research behind the claims and discovered that an extra cup of coffee a day reduces a person's risk of broad range cancers by 3 percent.

The Harvard School of Public Health revealed last May that in a 20-year study of 47,911 men, those who drank six or more cups daily reduced their risk of prostate cancer by 18 percent.

If consuming six cups sounds like too much, the research shows that drinking just one to three cups decreases the risk of dying from natural causes by 29 percent.

Although the secret ingredient in coffee that produces the remarkable effects still remains unknown, the leading reporter and epidemiologist, Kathryn Wilson, rules out caffeine, which contributed no change to the overall results.

The year was undoubtedly full of great discoveries ranging from medicine to physics to technology. This year, scientists hope to find more information concerning the Large Hadron Collider and the possibility of more subatomic particles. The biology of the AIDS virus also will be further studied.

Overall, the progress of the decade will provide change and if used properly, will allow mankind to reach a whole new understanding.


Source: Discover 100 Top Stories of 2011 January/February 2012

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Since 1962 I doubted on Newton's laws. I did not accept the infinitive speed and I found un-vivid the laws of gravity and time.

I learned the Einstein's Relativity, thus I found some answers for my questions. But, I had another doubt of Infinitive Mass-Energy. And I wanted to know why light has stable speed?




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