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    Scientists Find Albert Einstein’s Gravitational Ripples

    He really was a genius. Researchers say they’ve observed the warping of space-time by studying a collision of black holes millions of light-years away, thus proving the theory of general relativity. The phenomenon was predicted by Albert Einstein back in 1915, but the detection of gravitational waves — ripples in space and time caused by momentous events — have eluded science for over a century. It’s being hailed as one of the most important scientific discoveries ever and could shed new light on what happened during the Big Bang.

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