Editor’s Note: Are We Surfing in a Multiverse? – In SURFER Magazine Volume 60, Issue 2, now on newsstands, we explore the weirder corners of surfy existence

In April of this year alone, scientists snapped the first-ever photograph of a black hole using a method called very-long-baseline interferometry and it looked sort of like an out-of-focus Cheeto; astronomers announced that they may have detected a new planet orbiting around our solar system’s closest neighboring star when they noticed that said star, Proxima Centauri, was experiencing “wobbles” in its orbit caused by the planet’s gravity; and, lastly, an earthquake…err marsquake? …was detected for the very first time by NASA‘s InSight lander on the surface of Mars.

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Editor’s Note: Are We Surfing in a Multiverse?   In SURFER Magazine Volume 60, Issue 2, now on newsstands, we explore the weirder corners of surfy existence surf photo  Editor’s Note: Are We Surfing in a Multiverse?   In SURFER Magazine Volume 60, Issue 2, now on newsstands, we explore the weirder corners of surfy existence surf photo  Editor’s Note: Are We Surfing in a Multiverse?   In SURFER Magazine Volume 60, Issue 2, now on newsstands, we explore the weirder corners of surfy existence surf photo

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