Better late than never! Here are my slides from two recent back-to-back conferences: Testing Gravity 2017 in Vancouver, and the 2017 “April” APS conference in Washington DC. The talks I gave at both conferences were similar (and also contained elements I’ve discussed before, at GR21, FF2016, and EHT16). Therefore I’m only posting one set of slides.
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