The Crisis in Cosmology: We Don’t Know how Big the Universe Is

How Big the Universe Is

Scientists are unsure about the age of the universe. Two methods of measuring the universe’s expansion have yielded different results, leaving scientists in a crisis of cosmology. The discrepancy in the two different calculations is known as the Hubble tension. Recent data has only further widened the gap between the two values. This means the math might be wrong or our current understanding of physics is incomplete.

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