Pear-shaped nuclei may be a key to why our universe survived the big bang

Scientists crack the code.

Pear-shaped nuclei may be a key to why our universe survived the big bang

Science Recorder | Rick Docksai | Thursday, May 09, 2013

The difference between our universe existing and not existing hinges upon some astonishingly small things—among them, atomic nuclei that are shaped like pears. In an article published in Nature, University of Liverpool scientists who observed some atomic nuclei form atypical To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.

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