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Feb12-12, 12:27 AM
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Quote Quote by blckndgldfn View Post
The things you mention here like "smooth/homogeneous distribution of neutral hydrogen gas" and "first luminous, self-gravitating objects" are all things that happen simultaneously in infinitesimal probabilities.....I understand that......but in an infinite amount of space the infinitesimal probability does not matter.......meaning that they can happen an infinite amount of times ,at the same "time", simultaneously.
I am sorry but I do not understand what you are saying here at all.

Integral -- good to know that smart people who've actually thought about this somewhat confirm our naive view