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Over half a century later, scientists found support for these theoretical models in the real world.
If the experiments and the theoretical calculations check out, the discrepancy might be due to a new particle, but that explanation also seems unlikely.
The team was able to transmit data at a rate of 11 gigabits per second, topping 5G’s theoretical maximum speed of 10 gigabits per second and fast enough to stream 4K high-def video in real time.
If successful, the technique could help usher in the next generation of theoretical predictions.
Their work offers a taste of how the theoretical ideas being pursued by Krakauer, Flack and Ramstead might one day be applied.
If the universe does have a fundamental clock, it must tick faster than a billion trillion trillion times per second, according to a theoretical study published June 19 in Physical Review Letters.
In the 1940s it caught the attention of Lars Onsager, a theoretical physicist and eventual Nobel laureate.
If XENON1T’s signal comes from axions — a top dark matter candidate — or nonstandard neutrinos, “it would clearly be very exciting,” said Kathryn Zurek, a theoretical physicist at the California Institute of Technology.
There is also a night-class for those working in the daytime who desire to extend their theoretical knowledge.
He was the advocate of experimental rather than theoretical systems of medicine, and early adopted the practice of inoculation.

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