ScienceDaily (July 4, 2008)
Some Fundamental Interactions Of Matter Found To Be Fundamentally Different Than Thought
When an atom collides with a molecule, traditional wisdom said the atom had to strike one end of the molecule hard to deliver energy to it. People thought a glancing blow from an atom would be useless in terms of energy transfer, but that turns out not to be the case, according to the researchers.
Thursday, July 03, 2008
Just a few years ago, some physicists were talking about the end of science, that humans had supposedly learned everything about science. Of course, anybody interested in biology knew that was sill. And they keep learning new things about physics.