Authors: Henry D. May
The cosmological model of Roland Omnès was abandoned more than 30 years ago because it failed to show that coalescence was able to continue long enough to produce aggregations as large as the masses of galaxies. It was also determined that a universe containing antimatter galaxies is inconsistent with observations of cosmic annihilation radiation. This paper explores the implications of a simple assumption that suggests a reevaluation of those objections is needed.
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[v1] 10 Nov 2010
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