More Changing Constants
The team's latest paper has been submitted to Physical Review Letters:
Evidence for spatial variation of the fine structure constant
Previous work showed a smaller value of Alpha at high redshifts. Combining data from our Keck telescope with the European Southern Observatory's VLT, new evidence shows that Alpha is higher in a different direction. It appears to show a dipole effect, seemingly aligned with Earth's poles. Evidence mounts that "constants" such as c are not really constant, as predicted. The Universe which is governed by these values is far more wondrous than humans imagine.
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