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Combined Probes of Dark Gravity

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So much of what we do assumes Einstein’s theory of gravity. How can we test that our assumption is reasonable? In this talk I will describe recent approaches to probing the behaviour of gravity on large scales, using a combination of measurements including weak lensing, peculiar velocities, and the Cosmic Microwave Background. I will discuss the current constraints on Einstein’s theory, and the prospects for distinguishing standard gravity from exotic alternatives in the near future.

This talk is part of the Astrophysics Seminars series.

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