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Wow! mystery signal from space finally explained

June 7, 2017 by Bob Yirk

(Phys.org)—A team of researchers with the Center of Planetary Science (CPS) has finally solved the mystery of the "Wow!" signal from 1977. It was a comet, they report, one that that was unknown at the time of the signal discovery. Lead researcher Antonio Paris describes their theory and how the team proved it in a paper published in the Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences.
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And Wow the second (Leastwise Wow is what I said when I saw the article.)

Physicists Finally Have Proof That Two-Dimensional Magnets Exist

BEC CREW 8 JUN 2017

(Science Alert) Since the discovery of graphene in 2004, there's been a proliferation of strange new two-dimensional materials. In all of them, scientists have been chasing one invaluable property - magnetism, which is crucial for data storage, medical devices, and electricity generators.

After years of searching, many suspected that true two-dimensional magnets might not actually exist. But now we finally have proof - physicists have created the first ever 2D magnet, and it's got properties we haven't even seen yet.
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Addendum about the latter, did you know you could use sticky tape to peel layers off a graphene crystal until you're down to one atom thick? And then put them BACK the same way? Me either. Scotch Tape Forever!
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