Why is Newton’s law of gravitation inapplicable to describe the structure and evolution of the Universe?

One of the most important consequences of Newton’s laws is the assertion that in a finite Universe, all its matter in a limited period of time should be pulled together into a single close system, while in an infinite Universe, under the action of gravity, matter is collected in some limited volumes – islands, uniformly filling the Universe.

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