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Self-avoiding random walks and Olbers' paradox
International Journal of Contemporary Mathematical Sciences
In this paper, we prove that a self-avoiding walk of inﬁnite length provides a structure that would resolve Olbers' paradox. That is, if the stars of a universe were distributed like the vertices of an inﬁnite random walk with each segment length of about a parsec, then the night sky could be as dark as actually observed on the Earth. Self-avoiding random walk structure can therefore resolve the Olbers' paradox even in a static universe.
Random walks, Self-avoiding random walks, Olbers' paradox
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