A paper describing the largest structure in the Universe (a collection of quasars) may cast new light on homogeneity. Largely unedited interviews at http://youtu.be/YIK8luKW3mk (apprx 22 mins).
The paper is at: http://arxiv.org/abs/1211.6256
Discussing it here are Mike Merrifield and Ed Copeland.
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