Only about a fourth of what was expected has been found out of 31 galaxy clusters studied.
This may mean that either the CMBR (Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation) is not coming from the far reaches of the universe (back in time) or that some other theories may have to be revised.
If it stands up to review, this may mean that the Big Bang may not be as theorised which will undoubtedly prompt physicists/astrophysicists to scramble for some new theories.
*waits in anticipation*
Any ideas what could be causing these rather ground-breaking findings? Or any flaws you can think of that could be responsible for this perhaps erroneous interpretation?
Edit: oops, I thinks the Space & Astronomy section is more suited, requested to get it moved
Edited by ai_guardian, 07 September 2006 - 01:51 PM.