Is General Relativity Wrong?

According to some new research, Einstein’s theory of General Relativity might be wrong, or at least incomplete. Rachel Bean, a respected cosmologist at Cornell University, found that “between 8 and 11 billion years ago gravity’s distortion of time appeared to be three times as strong as its ability to curve space,” says New Scientist.

Of course, there’s a good chance that there’s something wrong with the data, but as Sean Carroll says on his blog, “Either the result is wrong, and we should be working hard to find out why, or it’s right, and we’re on the cusp of a revolution.”

[Read -> New Scientist Article]
[Read -> Sean Carroll's Cosmic Variance post]