Clashing Cosmic Numbers Challenge Our Best Theory of the Universe

In the early 2000s, it seemed that cosmologists had solved the largest and most complex puzzle of all: how the universe works. “There was this amazing moment when all of a sudden, all the pieces in cosmology snapped together,” said J. Colin Hill, a theoretical cosmologist at Columbia University. All the ways of studying the universe — mapping galaxies and their larger structures...


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