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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 23, 2001 22:57:53 UTC

that the early universe was uniform and that the relic radiation is essentially uniform. But nothing else is. The collection of matter into stars and galaxies is the most nonuniform thing in existence.

Furthermore, the stars themselves do not have uniform distribution, but are clustered into clusters at all scales. That is the epitome of nonuniformity. Just look at the data. Look at the night sky. Not uniform. The universe is NOT uniform on any scale. That is the finding of science, period. If you guys think otherwise, just because someone told you so, then I have to delete my next remark as it is not polite. But you get the idea. Just look at the data. You can find it in any recent cosmology book. Either of Krauss's Quintessence books for example.

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