Gravity wave astronomy could confirm groundbreaking theories on massive gravity.
The elusive graviton has been the subject of debate in theoretical physics for almost 100 years.
One physicist has followed a groundbreaking 2011 paper with years of additional research and now, a $100,000 award.
A theoretical physicist in England has won a prestigious award for her work on the theory of massive gravity, which could explain why gravity hasn’t constrained the rapid expansion of the universe. The $100,000 award honors the work of Claudia de Rham, who has worked for 10 years on a way to turn massive gravity theory into something measurable. READ FULL ARTICLE HERE