More than a century since Albert Einstein revealed his theory of general relativity, he's still being proven right. In a new paper, scientists observed a supermassive black hole's powerful gravitational pull warp starlight, just as Einstein predicted.
Surprise, surprise, Albert Einstein is still right. Over a century since its conception, the general theory of relativity still holds true — even in an extreme three star system many light-years away.
Time travel is already possible, scientists say, and there's no need for complicated time travel machines or trips through black holes — a large rocket does the trick.
The new gravity theory, which was first proposed in 2010 by physicist Erik Verlinde from University of Amsterdam suggests that we do not need the dark matter to explain the anomalies in the universe.
Researchers at the University of Exeter have revealed a scientific explanation on how the infamous Santa Claus move from chimney to chimney without being spotted or heard by expecting children.
A team of scientists from London and Canada is set to challenge one of Einstein's accepted theories regarding the classification of the speed of light as constant.
The data will determine the size and shape of the black hole and could prove or disprove that Einstein's theory of relativity.
Researchers are searching evidence that could show that the theory of relativity might be wrong by looking into the empty space in the Universe.
A new model of the universe is patterned according to Einstein’s full theory of relativity.
What can be said about Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity? Anything, but it is false. Yes, researchers have found out why.