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Jeremiah Ostriker on-camera: text
What we see is galaxies in what look like filaments or sheets with big
empty spaces in between them, which is just nothing, no galaxies, and its
hard to invent a theory which will empty the voids as effectively and put
galaxies on these thin areas. And that's where I think hydrodynamics plays,
and that's one of the things we're computing.
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