Antigravity: A Brief Mystery Of Time

MARCH BLEW IN WITH amazing news about our universe, thanks to two international scientific teams. One group used the huge Cray T3E supercomputer at Germany's Max Planck Institute to run perhaps the largest calculation ever--simulating the evolution of the entire observable universe. The other peered at exploding stars, or supernovas, and found space permeated by a "new" force: antigravity.

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