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Posted by Bruce on March 24, 2001 00:32:13 UTC

Because they diced up the observable universe into 10 slices of pie and found that the summed properties of all the slices are homogeneous and isotropic. This is what they mean by large scale. The COBE data is proof for this. We wouldn't be here if the universe wasn't fundamentally quantum in nature. The small scale structure of the universe is a result that quantum physics will not allow something to be PERFECTLY homogeneous and isotropic. Vacuum fluctuations.

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