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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

How do you know if you ran through a wall?

4 Jan 2013, 15:37 UTC
How do you know if you ran through a wall?

Researchers from Canada, California, and Poland have devised a straightforward way to test an intriguing idea about the nature of dark energy and dark matter. A global array of atomic magnetometers – small laboratory devices that can sense minute changes in magnetic fields – could signal when Earth passes through fractures in space known as domain walls.

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