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Scientists Detect Hints of Strange New Physics in The Universe’s Background Radiation – ScienceAlert

Throughout all known space, between the stars and the galaxies, an extremely faint glow suffuses, a relic left over from the dawn of the Universe. This is the cosmic…

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Throughout all known space, between the stars and the galaxies, an extremely faint glow suffuses, a relic left over from the dawn of the Universe. This is the cosmic microwave background (CMB), the first light that could travel through the Universe when it cooled enough around 380,000 years after the Big Bang for ions and electrons to combine into atoms.
But now scientists have discovered something peculiar about the CMB. A new measurement technique has revealed hints of a twist in the light – something…

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