The cracks in cosmology: Why our Universe doesn’t add up

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Black holes and the multiverse could account for all dark matter, astronomers claim

A study suggests that tiny black holes from the early Universe could contain ‘baby universes’, and could explain dark matter.
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In an atom, what fills the space between particles?

Asked by: Harvey Smith
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Instant Genius: Senses

Everything you need to know about senses, from the science of ASMR to supersensors in the animal kingdom.
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The cracks in cosmology: Why our Universe doesn’t add up

In terms of our understanding of the Universe, some things just don’t add up. Which means either our measurements are wrong, or our theories are.
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Coronavirus vaccines: Why scientists think it’s safe to mix them

Most people will need two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine – but each jab may not need to be the same. Here's why some scientists see no harm in mixing them.
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Would Spanish flu be as deadly if it occurred today?

Asked by: Tamsin Nicholson, Warwickshire
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