Scientists at the time thought the theory was too complex compared to Newton's.
It sounds far-fetched, but if true, it would actually solve some pretty hefty questions in physics.
"Einstein would be proud."
One of the universe's greatest mysteries could be solved by combining two conflicting theories.
Of course, that 3 minutes is relative.
Your clock may not be as accurate as you thought it was.
Resolving two quantum systems with opposite notions of time can reveal the true nature of time.
And it may explain dark matter.
If they are right, physics has a lot of rewriting to do.
In a new paper, a Stanford theoretical physicist shows that there may be a way to link general relativity and quantum mechanics.
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