Why is the universe NOT homogeneous?
|January 11, 2013||Posted by DLH under Intelligent Design|
The largest large quasar group LQG ever has been discovered, stretching an enormous 4 billion light years from end to end. That is 40,000 times larger than our Milky Way galaxy which is only 100,000 light years across. This LQG contains 73 quasars!
“The quasar group appears to violate a widely accepted assumption known as the cosmological principle, which holds that the universe is essentially homogeneous when viewed at a sufficiently large scale.”
Original publication: Astronomers discover the largest structure in the universe
Royal Astronomic Society, Monthly Notices, January 11, 2013.
If stochastic homogeneity is disproved, is there an intelligent design based argument for the existence of such an enormous Large Quasar Group?