Scientists have been discovering voids in space that are billions of light years across. A huge void found in 2009 is a puzzling 3.5 light-years across. Now this may not seem like a big deal. But when you consider that the visible universe stretches just 13.5 light years in any direction, a gap 3.5 light years in diameter is about a quarter of the visible universe. That is a lot of empty space.

However, this may not sound like a big deal to you. So here's the big problem, and the real problem: There hasn't been enough time since the Big Bang (BB) for such large voids to form. That is a problem.

The mystery is described on NewScientist.com, April 4, 2009, in an article titled "New Cosmic Map Reveals Colossal Structures":

The scientists "found some huge voids, regions of space that are relatively empty, including one that is about 3.5 billion light-years across ... the newly discovered void is so large that it is difficult to fit our current understanding of the universe in Las Computer simulations show that gravity causes galaxies and galaxy clusters to get closer together over time, with gaps growing between the clusters.

"But the finite time available from the BB makes it difficult to explain a void as large as the one found in this study ... It is not easy to make voids that large in any of the current models of large-scale structure formation," he said. . John Huchra of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.

So what is the answer?

Well, although scientists sometimes have a way of fitting an "answer" where there isn't, like the inflation theory against all odds that conjures up to explain unexplained developments after BB, which is a completely different subject, really. There is no answer to how finite time from BB could have created such large voids.

But the voids are there and they will not go away. And the BB is here, and it doesn't "get along" with large gaps. Houston, we have a problem.

Well, if the voids don't go away, might the BB have to? That is a clear possibility.

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But the voids are there and they will not go away. And the BB is here, and it doesn't "get along" with large gaps. Houston, we have a problem.