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140227092448-large The closest and brightest supernova in decades, SN 2014, brightens faster than expected for Type Ia supernovae, the exploding stars used to measure cosmic distances, according to astronomers. Another recent supernova also brightened faster than expected, suggesting that there is unsuspected new physics going on inside these exploding stars. (1)

We expect things to happen.

And when they don’t, we simply change the things we expect.

We can never be wrong.

Science will always work on this tautological basis.

But the point is not to always adapt so that you are right.

The point is to know.

And what “is” we already know.

We live it.

We experience it.

All we have to do is accept it…