Non-ballistic big bang and expansion not from a center
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Nov14-11, 04:10 PM
Marcus, my problem with a universe which is much bigger than our observable universe, but still finite, is that at some point homogeneity and Isotropy would have to be violated?
This shouldnt be a problem. For example if U was embedded in a higher n-sphere, this would be a finite topolgy which still adhered to the cosmological principal of homogeneity.
The two viewpoints are not oncompatable.