What is QAnon, the conspiracy theory group showing up to Trump rallies?

  1. What is QAnon, the conspiracy theory group showing up to Trump rallies?  Fox News
  2. CNN asks Trump supporters outside rally to explain ‘QAnon’ theory  The Hill
  3. Apple, Google cashed in on Pizzagate-offshoot conspiracy app  NBCNews.com
  4. QAnon: Meet a real-life believer in the online, pro-Trump conspiracy theory that’s bursting into view  Washington Post
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How QAnon, the conspiracy theory spawned by a Trump quip, got so big and scary

  1. How QAnon, the conspiracy theory spawned by a Trump quip, got so big and scary  Washington Post
  2. Dozens of Trump supporters championed the ‘QAnon’ conspiracy at his Tampa rally. Here’s what you need to know.  Tampabay.com
  3. The Cult of Trump Makes the Worst Conspiracy Theories Mainstream  GQ Magazine
  4. What is QAnon? Explaining the bizarre rightwing conspiracy theory  The Guardian
  5. As the bizarre QAnon group emerges, Trump rallies go from nasty to dangerous [Opinion]  Chron.com
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QAnon is the one conspiracy theory to rule them all

  1. QAnon is the one conspiracy theory to rule them all  CNN
  2. QAnon: The alternate reality that was front and center at Trump’s rally  Fast Company
  3. The Cult of Trump Makes the Worst Conspiracy Theories Mainstream  GQ Magazine
  4. What is QAnon? Explaining the bizarre rightwing conspiracy theory  The Guardian
  5. As the bizarre QAnon group emerges, Trump rallies go from nasty to dangerous [Opinion]  Chron.com
  6. Full coverage


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First proposed a century ago, Albert Einstein's theory of relativity passes another test

First proposed a century ago, Albert Einstein’s theory of relativity got yet another boost this week, thanks to giant telescopes that peered at a huge black hole at the heart of our galaxy.  Astronomers saw that the black hole distorted the light waves from a nearby star in a specific way.

     

 

 


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Scientists confirm Einstein's supermassive black hole theory

Scientists confirm Einstein's supermassive black hole theoryA team of international scientists observing a star in the Milky Way have for the first time confirmed Einstein’s predictions of what happens to the motion of a star passing close to a supermassive black hole. Einstein’s 100-year-old general theory of relativity predicted that light from stars would be stretched to longer wavelengths by the extreme gravitational field of a black hole, and the star would appear redder, an effect known as gravitational red shift. “This was the first time we could test directly Einstein’s theory of general relativity near a supermassive black hole,” Frank Eisenhauer, senior astronomer at the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics, told journalists.


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New tools to systematically build cooperation: Theory of repeated games

Social dilemmas occur when individual desires clash with group needs. How can people be encouraged to cooperate when they have reason not to? Scientists show that if the social dilemma that individuals face are dependent on if they work together, cooperation can triumph. This finding resulted from a new framework that they introduced, which extends the entire theory of repeated games. Moreover, their work provides tools to systematically build cooperation.
Source: Science Daily