The 73 Large Quasar Group was just recently discovered by Roger Clowes, and it's enormous size violated Einstein's cosmological principle of an isotropic homogenous universe. The newest structure discovered in 2013 is called the Hercules-Corona Borealis great wall filament, which is over two times larger than the 73 LQG. Both structures are closely located together in the sky, and are neighbors in constellations, with both having redshift bands and distances that seem related, strongly indicating the likelyhood that a filament connects both structures together. Such a filament would set a new size record. Roger Clowes replies by email to me about this connection, writing that Horvath's paper doesn't have enough details for him to study, to find the connection between Hovart's Hercules-Corona Borealis supercluster, and his 73 LQG. Clowes said that even his lesser CCLQG, should have a connection filament to the nearby 73 LQG, but it's not been detected. So, the alignment must not be favorable from earth to see or detect it.
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Is it not time for reason to discard the outdated standard model, and begin with ideas for a new cosmology? Mankind has been changing it's cosmology many times. Gravity theory arose during the dark ages, before Maxwell discovered electricity. There will be more discoveries within years of larger and larger structures, which I had predicted after Shawn Thomas discovered Hyperclusters spanning over 3 billion light years.
|Hyperclusters require much more time to form than allowed for in the big-bang theory|
Clowes paper on the 73 LQG and other areas of work can be found at The 73 Large Quasar Group - Roger Clowes paper and wordpress website
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