isotropic universe

isotropic universe

[¦ī·sə¦trä·pik ′yü·nə‚vərs]
(astronomy)
A universe postulated to have the same properties when viewed from all directions.
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It appears that the dynamics of the 3-space, in the presence of primordial black holes, essentially defects in the space emerging from the quantum foam, renders a homogeneous and isotropic universe dynamically unstable, even without the presence of matter, resulting in a spatial bubble network.
A symmetric and isotropic universe would have begun with a spherically symmetric explosion shaped like a basketball.
The expansion of a homogeneous and isotropic universe is characterized by the expansion factor S (= S(t)) in the Robertson-Walker line element [3, p.
On the other hand, most cosmologists use the concept of a homogeneous isotropic Universe wherein all points and directions are equivalent.