Subject: Does general theory of relativity still apply to our universe?
Date: Sun May 21 10:29:12 2000
Posted by Bryce Johnston
Grade level: 10-12
School: The Woodlands School
City: Mississauga State/Province: Ontario
Area of science: Astronomy
I ask this because new developements in cosmology have shown that our
universe's geometry is Euclidian (Flat), unlike what Einstien had
predicted. So does this mean that the means by which gravity is depicted,
(as destortions in space-time) is incorrect?
Re: Does general theory of relativity still apply to our universe?
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