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Mihye Ahn My research focuses on the development of a new methodology to solve statistical problems raised from neuroimaging data, including fMRI, MRIs, DTI and EEG. Generally, functional neuroimaging data are large in size both spatially and temporally. The analysis of these data includes various statistical topics: time series analysis, …

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Earth factories creating elements from nuclear transmutation

Cross section of the Earth’s interior: crust, upper and lower mantle, and outer and inner nuclei. Credit: Mikio Fukuhara, Alexander Yoshino and Nobuhisa Fujima Rather than being created only during supernova explosions, chemical elements could also be produced deep within the Earth’s lower mantle. It has long been theorized that …

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Challenging the Big Bang puzzle of the heavy comp

image: Cross section of the Earth’s interior: crust, upper and lower mantle, and outer and inner nuclei. seen Following Credit: Mikio Fukuhara, Alexander Yoshino and Nobuhisa Fujima WASHINGTON, October 12, 2021 – It has long been theorized that hydrogen, helium, and lithium were the only chemical elements that existed during …

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Rather than being created only in supernova explosions, chemical elements could also be produced deep within the Earth’s lower mantle – ScienceDaily

It has long been theorized that hydrogen, helium, and lithium were the only chemical elements existing during the Big Bang when the universe formed, and that supernova explosions, stars exploding at the end of their life. life, are responsible for transmuting these elements into heavier ones. and distribute them throughout …

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