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Ok, I see what you mean, the universe is smooth and there is no "dimple" in space and nobody really knows why.
Gen. Relativity is wrong.
As proof of this after the Big Bang the first force to separate was gravity. The universe didnt cool enough for atoms to form for 380,000 years, if GR was correct gravity would have formed a big dimple in space ...
...during that time when atoms formed they would have moved toward the center of this dimple.
This didnt happen atoms spread out and formed everywhere creating galaxies throughout space.
GR is great for math in certain situations but thinking that spaces dimpled at sources of gravity is incorrect.