Physicists create a mathematical model of a viable time machine
Calculating the total energy in the universe using the average of the energy in different pockets of the universe can explain the forces without the need for including dark energy.
In April 2017, scientists will attempt to gather data using a series of radio-wave telescopes spread across the globe, known as the Event Horizon Telescope, to photograph a black hole in the center of the Milky Way Galaxy. The data may also help verify or disprove certain elements of Einstein’s theory of relativity, which could not be previously tested.
Einstein’s theory of relativity has survived over a hundred years, having been put to rigorous testing and come out unscathed. But recent conclusions on the accelerating expansion of the universe corroborate a further idea Einstein had posited–and rejected–nearly a century ago.