Daily Archive: Thursday, April 13, 2017

Ghost in the Machine? Mysterious ‘Sterile’ Neutrinos May Not Exist

A view inside a particle detector tank at Daya Bay, where photomultiplier tubes measure signals from antineutrinos. Credit: Roy Kaltschmidt/Berkeley Lab Proposed elusive subatomic particles that only fleetingly interact with matter through gravity may not exist, at least if new data from a nuclear reactor is any indication. Scientists had long noticed a

How You Can Start To Become More Fit Today

Are you trying to get fit without a good plan? Using the right ways to work out is just as important as avoiding the wrong ways to work out, so it’s time to get educated about your body and how to get it into great shape. Here are some tips to help make your fitness

Let’s Get Fur Real: Debunking the Furry Stereotype

15 Austin Greitz poses for a selfie with another Montclair State student. Photo by Christina Urban Austin Greitz, a senior at Montclair State, seems just about as outgoing as anyone can be. He is majoring in gender, sexuality and women’s studies, and is a lavender leader, or peer educator, for the university’s LGBTQ Center. Greitz