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Inhomogeneous cosmology  Timescape cosmology
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An inhomogeneous cosmology is a physical cosmological theory which, unlike the currently widely accepted cosmological concordance model, assumes that inhomogeneities in the distribution of matter across the universe affect local gravitational forces enough to skew our view of the Universe. Wikipedia
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An inhomogeneous cosmology is a physical cosmological theory which, unlike the currently widely accepted cosmological concordance model, assumes that inhomogeneities in the distribution of matter across the universe affect local gravitational forces enough to skew our view of the Universe. Wikipedia
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