Alexander Szalay at Johns Hopkins University has reported spaced layers of galaxies up to three billion light years in each direction.
Such order, spacing and flatness was not made at random. Massive construction was and is at work across at least 6 billion light years of space.
If electricity and fractal processes didn’t do it, what did?
The graph shows the separation of galaxy layers at approximately 127Mpc intervals, according to Alexander Szalay.