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The First Image of a Supermassive Black Hole at the Heart of Milky Way Galaxy
The first image of a supermassive black hole was obtained back in 2019 by the Event Horizon Telescope (ETH) Collaboration. The supermassive black hole, called M87*, is located at the center of a distant galaxy Messier 87. It is about … Continue reading
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Are Real Numbers Real?
Undoubtedly, real numbers are the most fundamental things to describe literally everything we know about our physical world, so questioning if real numbers are real may appear to be as silly as questioning if our world is real. But seriously, … Continue reading
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Can $1+1$ be $1$?
$1+1=2$ is often quoted by laypeople (in mathematics) as an epitome of the absolute truth. Those who know a bit of mathematics know that that is not the case. For example, there is a number system where $1+1=0$. It is … Continue reading
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Could the Great Deluge in the Bible have really happened?
According to Genesis 6:99:17, “Noah was a righteous man and walked with God. Seeing that the earth was corrupt and filled with violence, God instructed Noah to build an Ark in which he, his sons, and their wives, together with … Continue reading
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Twitter and Math
I opened a Twitter account back in March 2016 but had not been active at all without even a single tweeting until this May 2018 simply because I thought it would be just wasting my time. I was so wrong about … Continue reading
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