In July, we saw how a new cosmology successfully explains the accelerating expansion of the universe without dark energy; but only if the universe has no beginning and no end
A new model of the way the THz waves interact with DNA explains how the damage is done and why evidence has been so hard to gather
In July, one physicist said a small change to the theory of gravity implies that our universe inherited its arrow of time from the black hole in which it was born.
In March, we saw a new role that quantum information plays in gravity, setting the scene for a dramatic unification of ideas in physics.
In September, a new model of the universe suggested that there is a 50 per cent chance that time will end within the next 3.7 billion years
In October, we saw that scientists have long believed that it is possible to create a white hole in your kitchen sink. Now they've proved it experimentally.
In May, we saw how a new relationship between Benford's Law and the statistics of fundamental physics may hint at a deeper theory of everything
The Coriolis effect appears in an ancient astronomical text published 200 years before Coriolis did his work, says an historian
The extension could fuel continued growth in the solar industry.
The best of the rest from the Physics arXiv this week: