A nearly 1,000-page proof shows that slowly rotating black holes are stable.
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Researchers from the Flatiron Institute and the Institute of Advanced Study have developed a (relatively speaking) simple solution to the issue of calculating the weight of the universe, with some assistance from artificial intelligence.
A research team that included Dries Sels of the Flatiron Institute's Center for Computational Quantum Physics performed the first experimental observation of the onset of quantum avalanches in a many-body localized system.
Flatiron Institute astrophysicist Shirley Ho weighs in on new research showing that, contrary to conventional wisdom, retraining earlier levels of the algorithm often achieves better results than retraining later ones.
In a new experiment, scientists measured a magnetic property of the electron more carefully than ever before, making the most precise measurement of any property of an elementary particle, ever.