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Which theory explains why our universe is structured and uniform and suggests that the universe is flat in shape? oscillating universe theory inflation theory steady state theory big bang theory
Inflation theory is the theory explains why our universe is structured and uniform and suggests that the universe is flat in shape.
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User: Which theory explains why our universe is structured and uniform and suggests that the universe is flat in shape? oscillating universe theory inflation theory steady state theory big bang theory

Weegy: Inflation theory is the theory explains why our universe is structured and uniform and suggests that the universe is flat in shape.
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User: Which statement is true? The perfect cosmological principle is the basis for the oscillating universe theory. The oscillating universe theory suggests that the universe will expand forever. The perfect cosmological principle is the basis for the big bang theory. The perfect cosmological principle is the basis for the steady state theory.

Weegy: The answer is: but not across space.
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User: Lemaitre (based on Hubble's observations) was the first to suggest the _____. oscillating universe theory inflation theory steady state theory big bang theory

Weegy: Lemaitre (based on Hubble's observations) was the first to suggest the _____. big bang theory
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There was no initial explosion. The universe has always been and continues to be as it is now. Sure, it's expanding, but matter is created to make the universe uniform.
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