What is the basic idea of the Cosmological Principle?
matter has always been lumped together irregularly throughout the universe, with large empty spaces between.
matter is fairly evenly spread througout the universe, when viewed on a large scale.
matter was once fairly evenly spread throughout the universe, but black holes have caused it to lump together in irregular patterns since the Big Bang.
there is no way to generalize about the distribution of matter in the universe.
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The Universe is homogenous and isotropic in space and time. In this view the universe looks the same everywhere (on the large scale), the same as it always has and always will. What do you think which option matches this?
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