Hierarchical Big Bang Cosmology

@article{Vaucouleurs1971HierarchicalBB,
  title={Hierarchical Big Bang Cosmology},
  author={G. Vaucouleurs and J. Wertz},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1971},
  volume={231},
  pages={109-109}
}
  • G. Vaucouleurs, J. Wertz
  • Published 1971
  • Physics, Medicine
  • Nature
  • McCREA1 has correctly stated that one of us (G. de V.) had criticized2 “current big bang cosmology” in reviewing the overwhelming evidence for hierarchical clustering in the galaxy distribution; it is incorrect, however, to assume that such criticism was directed only or even chiefly at big bang models. The principal intention was to point out the need to study the impact on cosmological theories of hierarchical structure in the distribution of matter. Hierarchical cosmology attempts to replace… CONTINUE READING
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