Xaq Rzetelny, Ars Technica UK

Xaq Rzetelny

Ars Technica UK

Englewood, NJ, United States

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Past articles by Xaq:

Is beaming down in Star Trek a death sentence?

Ahead of Discovery, we look to Trek's past to suss out specifics of how transporters work. → Read More

Is beaming down in Star Trek a death sentence?

Ahead of Discovery, we look to Trek's past to suss out specifics of how transporters work. → Read More

Cosmic rays suggest dark matter is a self-annihilating WIMP

Two papers analyze new precision data from the AMS-02 instrument on the ISS. → Read More

Cosmic rays suggest dark matter is a self-annihilating WIMP

Two papers analyze new precision data from the AMS-02 instrument on the ISS. → Read More

Millimeter telescope array spots early galaxies in “super halos” of gas

This could be what all galaxies used to look like. → Read More

Millimeter telescope array spots early galaxies in “super halos” of gas

This could be what all galaxies used to look like. → Read More

White dwarf flies around a black hole every 28 minutes

A star does a complete orbit in a half hour as a black hole gradually devours it. → Read More

Theoretical battle: dark energy vs. modified gravity

LIGO could help tell us whether gravitational waves move at the speed of light. → Read More

Trek at 50: The quest for a unifying theory of time travel in Star Trek

It's 2016, meaning we now have many examples of Trek's time paradoxes to explore. → Read More

Climate simulations show effects of releasing permafrost carbon

Best match yet for ice core data during the last deglaciation. → Read More

The saga of DC’s never-ending universe

Turns out the company most known for rebooting has never rebooted. → Read More

MACHOs make a return with gravitational wave discovery

Researchers ask whether LIGO discovered both dark matter and gravitational waves. → Read More

Black hole outburst may starve it of matter in the future

Two-week outburst event from black hole sheds light on black hole processes. → Read More

Strange X-ray sources are shooting ions at us at 20 percent of light speed

Mysterious X-ray binaries have relativistic gas outflows. → Read More

Right place, right tools: Cassini spacecraft captures interstellar dust grains

Provides insight into the makeup of the interstellar cloud that formed the Sun. → Read More

Rare events may be required to form the Universe’s heaviest metals

Neutron star mergers may be the only way to form many elements heavier than zinc. → Read More

Fast radio bursts quickly create confusion

Lots of papers on what might cause these sudden outbursts of radio energy. → Read More

Leftovers from the cloud that formed the Solar System

Researchers examine meteorites containing material from our Solar System's birth. → Read More

No protons needed? Possible discovery of a four-neutron particle

The best evidence yet that a particle we think shouldn't exist actually does. → Read More

How time travel works in Star Trek

It's 2016, meaning we have now 50 years of Trek time paradoxes to explore. → Read More