All astronomical bodies, from moons and planets up to galaxies, spin and have orbits. Spin is also a key characteristic of subatomic particles. Yet in our human world, we are relatively static. Why is spin unimportant for us, but at other levels it is all-pervasive? How do the laws of physics make our biosphere so special?
|Specialist publication||New Scientist|
|Publication status||Published - 4 Nov 2017|
- astronomical bodies