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If USA Today was out to ruin my Tuesday, they’ve succeeded:
Is Einstein finally wrong? Far-off galaxies are tugging each other more tightly than Einstein’s gravity theory predicts, suggests an analysis of light from distant stars.
Now available in an online physics paper archive, the analysis by Cornell cosmologist Rachel Bean looks at how galaxies attract one another roughly one billion light-years away.
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