The yeti, a legendary shaggy, bipedal beast from the Himalayas, made headlines last year when a geneticist said he had solved the mystery of its origins. But now, scientists have found the hair samples used in that study came from a Himalayan brown bear.
+Sivarama Krishnan The blobs at the top of the image are artist's rendering of what colliding black holes might look like. The waveform at the bottom is the readings from a pair of laser interferometers that detected the same event and thus experimentally confirmed part of Einstein's theory of relativity which was to date unconfirmed. Clear?
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