Massive Galaxies and Central Black Holes at z = 6 to z = 8

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In a closed vacuum-dominated universe, the holographic principle implies that only a finite amount of information will ever be available to describe the distribution of matter in the sea of cosmic microwave background radiation. When z = 6 to z = 8, if information describing the distribution of matter in large scale structures is uniformly distributed in structures ranging in mass from that of the largest stars to the Jeans’ mass, a holographic model for large scale structure in a closed universe can account for massive galaxies and central black holes observed at z = 6 to z = 8. In sharp contrast, the usual approach assuming only collapse of primordial overdensities into large scale structures has difficulty producing massive galaxies and central black holes at z = 6 to z = 8.

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Mongan, T. (2015) Massive Galaxies and Central Black Holes at z = 6 to z = 8. Journal of Modern Physics, 6, 1987-1990. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2015.614204.

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