More Proof that Einstein’s General Theory of Relativity is Correct
Mike White -
June 15, 2017
Although Albert Einstein predicted a long tome ago that whenever light from a distant star passed a closer object gravity would act as a magnifier, brightening and bending the light, he also predicted that “there is no hope of observing this phenomenon directly.” But, it turns out he was wrong. Not about the bending of the light, but in regards to the statement that we’d never observe it because that’s exactly what Kailash C. Sahu and team has done. The team’s research was published recently in the Science journal and is believed to be the first of its kind.
--- note: the article's spelling mistake uses "tome" when meant "time"