The Super-K experiment (shown here empty of water) has observed slightly more neutrinos at night than during the day. The result agrees with theoretical predictions that a fraction of the neutrinos passing through the Earth convert into the electron flavor, the neutrino type to which Super-K is most sensitive to.
I told you, be careful not mix Gravity Waves (a fluid dynamics effect) with Gravitational Waves (a prediction from Einstein’s General Relativity). The editor of the article has fallen squarely on this error.
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Nice, yep, but ultimately wrong: No, Our Solar System is NOT a “Vortex.
ESO’s Very Large Telescope has been used to create the first ever map of the weather on the surface of the nearest brown dwarf to Earth. An international team has made a chart of the dark and light features on WISE J104915.57-531906.1B, which is informally known as Luhman 16B and is one of two recently discovered brown dwarfs forming a pair only six light-years from the Sun.
The figure shows the object at six equally spaced times as it rotates once on its axis.
Credit: European Southern Observatory (ESO)/I. Crossfield