First, a reiteration of the problem:
"These observations suggest a violation of the cosmological principle and might indicate that one needs a revision of the Big Bang cosmology."
Second, a reference to the proposed solution from within the assumptions of consensus "Big Bang" cosmology:
"It has been suggested that the anisotropic modes, generated during the pre-inflationary phase might re-enter the horizon before the current time [15–18]. Hence these might explain the observed anisotropy even within the framework of the inflationary Big Bang model. "
Third, the bad news for the Copernicans:
"This suggests that the hemispherical anisotropy found in [7–12] cannot be consistently attributed to the dipole modulation model, Eq. 1.1. The true anisotropy model is likely to be more complicated and might contain higher order multipoles."
Blood in the water, folks.
Young scientists are beginning to put things together.
Watch for "The Principle", almost complete now with incredible new animations, superb narration by Kate Mulgrew, and the first-ever high-definition visuals incorporating the observational evidence that our place in universe is very, very special......indeed, in important ways, very much like what we would have expected to see if the Scriptures and the Church had been right all along!