Telegraph subs!

Einstein’s general theory of relativity, published in 1915, which explains gravity as a consequence of the curvature of space-time created by the presence of mass and energy, has never before been proved in the existence of a star orbiting a supermassive black hole.

But scientists can now confirm that the orbit of the star, called S2, is shaped like a rosette, which is supported by the physicist general theory of relativity.

There an s and a ‘ missing there. Could be ‘s and could be s’, dependent upon whether we want to say the theory of the specific Einstein, or of all the profession. But must do better, report later for your beating.

7 thoughts on “Telegraph subs!”

  1. It’s usual to use capitals: General Theory of Relativity.

    (It’s the one that bright schoolboys probably don’t teach themselves out of a book. Though I dare say that the odd prodigy has memorised chunks.)

  2. ‘s, as ‘physicist’ is obviously (to me) referring back to Einstein in the first sentence. Glad the Earth doesn’t orbit S2. It’ll be a bit hot there from stuff all over the electromagnetic spectrum!

  3. has never before been proved in the existence of a star orbiting a supermassive black hole.

    Technically, its never been ‘proved’. Scientific theories are always provisional. Indeed, almost as soon as quantum mechanics came around we knew both it *and QM* were disproven.

    And it really doesn’t matter. Its been shown to accord with observation as soon as it was written as it explained the discrepancy in Mercury’s orbit. And light bending and gravitational redshift were observed as far back as 1919.

  4. There an s and a ‘ missing there.

    There’s a lot more than that wrong with just that paragraph. Its full of garbage, shitty grammar, bad construction. A good chunk of it is actually just gibberish.

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