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Gravity field, String Theory, Neutrinos, Black holes, Space exploration…

Roundup of last week's most interesting, exciting Science and Space news!

The Universe: A Partial Inventory
By Mario Livio

New high-res maps of Earth’s surprisingly inconsistent gravity field
By George Dvorsky, io9

Can String Theory predict stuff?
By Rob Knoops, Quantum Diaries

Particle Personality Disorder: Neutrinos Change Flavors in Chinese Experiment
By Clara Moskowitz, LiveScience

Wormholes May Save Physics From Black Hole Infernos
By Michael Moyer, Scientific American

Space exploration: looking at the stars
The Guardian

Physicists Test Quantum Cryptography For Handheld Mobile Devices
The Physics arXiv Blog

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