## A 60-year-old Mathematical Problem has been Solved

A nearly 60-year-old mathematical problem has finally been solved, by a newly discovered shape.

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A nearly 60-year-old mathematical problem has finally been solved, by a newly discovered shape.

What is the three-body problem? Neil deGrasse Tyson and comedian Chuck Nice explain why the three-body problem is unsolvable and what makes it mathematically chaotic.

Atlantic Ocean currents could collapse by 2050 if global greenhouse gas emissions persist.

Should we live forever? An excerpt from Neil’s upcoming book ‘Starry Messenger: Cosmic Perspectives on Civilization.’

Time might not exist, according to physicists and philosophers – but that’s okay.

Klein Vision’s AirCar flew 70 hours of test flights, receives airworthiness certificate in Slovakia.

The Zanzibar Domino Commercial Tower that takes design inspiration from the shape of stacked dominoes, will become Africa’s second-tallest building.

Mathematical constant Pi “π” calculated by supercomputer to 62.8 trillion digits, in 108 days and 9 hours, succeeding a new world record.

The moons of rogue exoplanets that don’t have stars could have water and be a good place to find life.

If humanity ever wants to travel easily between stars, people will need to go faster than light. But so far, faster-than-light travel is possible only in science