Albert Einstein's Theory Of Relativity: Gravity As Matter Warping Space-Time Now 500 Times Harder To Disprove

Albert Einstein's theory of relativity becomes 500 times harder to negate as the first image ever taken of supermassive blackholes made a stronger case that gravity, indeed, is a matter warping spacetime.

The photo of the black hole’s shadow was consistent with astrophysical findings of the much later time, therefore giving significant weight to Einstein's idea of general relativity.

Many experts of modern times have cast their doubts on his finding, saying that it remains mathematically irreconcilable with the foundation of quantum mechanics.

In general, quantum physicists assert that Einstein’s theory of relativity contradicts the scientific understanding of the subatomic world.

A new study published in the journal Physical Review Letters, which assessed the first photo taken of the supermassive black hole that is 6.5 billion times more massive than the Earth’s sun, favored Einstein once again.

For instance, gravitational wave detectors on Earth, used in previous studies, could only monitor black holes that are five to several dozen times the mass of the sun.

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