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COBE Data Is Truly Relic

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on March 24, 2001 12:59:34 UTC

The COBE universe only exists as radiation. The actual universe, not the one we see, is no longer as uniform as the COBE implies.

But my contention is that the seen universe, meaning the distribution of stars and galaxies, is decidedly nonuniform. The slices that you speak of are in different dirctions. Of course if you overlap them they will fill in.

But let's not discuss this anymore. I have had my fill. You may have the last word if you like. But I have a lasting impression.

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