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Can The Crisis in Cosmology Be Solved With Cosmic Voids?

Season 9 Episode 34 | 14m 29s

Two of the greatest mysteries in cosmology are the nature of dark energy and the apparent conflict in our measurements of the expansion rate of the early versus the modern universe that even dark energy can’t account for. Could both of these be explained by looking to a part of the universe that we’ve largely ignored so far? Could cosmic voids be driving the universe?

Aired: 01/09/24
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