Tag Archives: cosmology

Breaking The Cosmological Principle

In 2013 astronomers discovered a group of active galactic cores that stretch more than 4 billion light-years end to end. The structure is a large quasar group (LQG), a collection of extremely luminous galactic nuclei powered by supermassive central black holes. … Continue reading

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The Universe Is a Big Place…

Have you ever wondered how big the universe is? Have you ever wondered how tiny you are compared to the Earth or the Moon? Those are some reasonable questions. When I look up at the stars, I tend to imagine … Continue reading

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(Un)Intelligent Design

The universe that we live in has no signs that it was designed for us. This anthropocentrism is getting out of hand. It’s a good thing we have thinking people around who search for truth and don’t manipulate facts in … Continue reading

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