Say Something Smart

Say Something Smart

I (occasionally) receive negative treatment for not using \"authentic\" language, and am told I never say anything \"smart.\" For those of you who feel this way, here's a \"smart\" sentence for you:Cosmological perturbations grow according to the Mészáros Effect until the onset of nonlinearity. Yes, some regions are slightly more dense than others, some regions are slightly less dense than others, and some regions are exactly the average density. The fact that the over-densities get denser over time and the under-densities get less dense means that these cosmological perturbations grow. Because that's how these perturbations grow: in proportion to the ratio of the matter density to the radiation density.

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