Tag: Brookhaven National Laboratory

This nearly incomprehensible explosion of energy—a cosmic cataclysm creating literal ripples in the very fabric of spacetime, dubbed “Gravitational Waves”—was detected Sept. 14, 2015 by the twin Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) detectors in Livingston, Louisiana and Hanford, Washington. These waves were predicted more than 100 years ago by Albert Einstein, and their validation gives credence to his other theories, among these, that time travel is more than possible, but a simple understanding of how this realm works.

Secret supersonic military war crafts? Extraterrestrials? Brookhaven National Lab's Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider?

Among the positive signs the report spotted is the Island’s relatively small but growing biomedical industry.

“When we have a movie here our entire neighborhood gets affected by it, which is great! It’s a huge impact for everyone.”

"This is a big controversy, and I’ve kind of fallen into the middle of it.”

The newly appointed director of the Brookhaven National Laboratory—one of the nation’s most advanced research facilities—does normal things like any Long Island father of...

In Monday's response to the report’s worst-case scenario, the Empire State’s Congressional representatives have begun to weigh in.

For Einstein, Long Island only meant a place where he could enjoy himself.