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Einstein's Gravity Theory Passes Toughest Test Yet

April 25, 2013

artist's conception of PSR J0348+0432 system Because general relativity is incompatible with quantum theory, physicists expect that its predictions will at some point fail under extreme conditions. However, in the most stringent test yet, Einstein's theory still holds up. Full Story

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