Gravitational lenses do not exist, proven by observation

According to Einstein, any large mass of matter interacts with light and causes its rays to bend. On the basis of this, pseudoscientists “found” a lot of so-called “gravitational lenses” in space and with their help “made many discoveries”… In reality, gravity does not deflect photons. But all this does not bother pseudoscientists, their «discoveries» usually interest no one, and no one checks them. But if you delve into the essence of any of these «discoveries», it is easy to see their falsity. For example, pseudoscientists happily declared that they were able to accurately measure the mass of a star using the Hubble Space Telescope by assessing the curvature of the light rays of an unnamed distant star by the gravity of the white dwarf Stein 2051 B. It was observed from January 2014 to October 2015. They also used photographs to calculate the gravity and mass of Stein 2051 B. Believing that at the moment when a star close enough to us passes through the disk of a more distant star, its gravitational field bends the light and generates a halo of light, the so-called «Einstein ring», or shifts the star away from its real position, they calculated the mass of the white dwarf by Einstein’s formula. And it turned out that the white dwarf is about 30 percent lighter than the Sun. Other observers believed that this dwarf star has a mass equal to approximately half the mass of the Sun … In general, they agreed that this star is an ordinary, not an exotic dwarf, that is, even according to the concepts of relativists, it cannot be a «gravitational lens» …
The results of the study were published in the journal Science.
And yet these observations are very interesting, but only if we discard their interpretation from the standpoint of relativists. Indeed, in this case, a body of such an insignificant mass still creates an “Einstein ring”, and this is what clearly indicates that “Einstein rings” are ordinary halos — a manifestation of dispersion and nothing more …

A second similar example was found by scientists from the Department of Astrophysics and Astronomy at the University of Toronto. They performed astronomical observations of two regions of intense radio emission, located at a distance of 20 kilometers from each other around a star located 6500 light years from our solar system.
We are talking about the PSR B1957 + 20 pulsar and its companion, a brown dwarf. This is the first time these stars have been observed at such high resolution, thanks to a cloud of gas that envelops the brown dwarf. This cloud acted as a natural magnifier and allowed us to see the two radioactive regions as if we were observing from a powerful ground-based telescope over the surface of Pluto in some of its regions.
“In our case, the gas acts like a magnifying glass. Right in front of the pulsar, it allows you to see its surroundings and the pulsar itself like never before, ”said Robert Main, lead author of this study. A more similar report on the study of the pulsar PSR B1957 + 20 was presented in the May issue of the journal Nature.

In general, there is no «gravitational lensing» there are ordinary lenses, just not glass, but gas …

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