Large Scale Structures in the Universe

@inproceedings{Sidharth1999LargeSS,
  title={Large Scale Structures in the Universe},
  author={B. G. Sidharth},
  year={1999}
}
In this brief communication we show why superclusters would naturally arise in the universe. It is well known in the theory of the Random Walk or Brownian motion that R = √ Nl (1) holds where R denotes the dimension of the system, N the number of steps or events and l represents a mean free path[1]. It has already been argued[2, 3] that in the context of the universe as a whole, N representing the total number of particles, (1) gives the Eddington relation with l being the pion Compton… CONTINUE READING