Bernie Haisch is a renowned physicist with extraordinary credentials. He was scientific editor of the Astrophysical Journal for ten years. His professional positions include staff scientist at the Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory and visiting scientist at the Max-Planck-Institute für Extraterrestrische Physik in Germany. He was also editor-in-chief ofread more

Ever since astronomers Konstantin Batygin and Michael Brown hypothesized in 2016 that an undiscovered planet hidden in the far reaches of the solar system was responsible for the odd orbits of the dwarf planets that lurk there, astrophysicists have searched in vain for this enigmatic ninth planet. But other theories have alsoread more

A prominent solar physicist is predicting an early peak for the current solar cycle—already a more active cycle than its predecessor—with the expected termination event that will signal the height of solar activity being pushed forward to either late this year or early 2024, a year earlier than what previousread more

The particles that make up the Universe around us are out of balance, and physicists are searching for a cause.  Following the Big Bang, there should have been an equal number of particles that mirror one-another.  I.e. there should be just as much antimatter in the universe as there isread more