Nobel prize in physics awarded to Trio

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Soon our telescope methods will measure the gravity inside SagA* and find the point where the laws of nature break down. It could be a gazillion times larger than the Big Bang formation. Our theories of natural laws and gravity will change yet spacetime will always be relevant.
 

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Soon our telescope methods will measure the gravity inside SagA* and find the point where the laws of nature break down. It could be a gazillion times larger than the Big Bang formation. Our theories of natural laws and gravity will change yet spacetime will always be relevant.
Exactly how will the gravitational fields of stars be directly measured from Earth?
 
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Soon our telescope methods will measure the gravity inside SagA* and find the point where the laws of nature break down. It could be a gazillion times larger than the Big Bang formation. Our theories of natural laws and gravity will change yet spacetime will always be relevant.
 
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Of coarse the laws of nature break down wake up the laws of nature are only applied to earths our planets ecosystem
Good point. We’ve been observing distant galaxies for hundreds of years and only last year did we photograph the ring of light emitting from the black hole in our Milky Way. Most unknown answers lurk in quantum mechanics, we will find a way to get there.
 

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