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I’ve been away; what has the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) been telling us?

yvilletom 8 Apr 2
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I keep seeing articles about astronomers claiming that the smudges are fully formed galaxies. and that they don't understand how they could form that quickly after the Big Bang. I believe they recently imaged a powerful quasar.

racocn8 Level 9 Apr 2, 2024

Edwin Hubble hypothisized an expanding universe and a static universe. Was his not hypothisizing a shrinking universe a mistake?

A Catholic mathematician used mathematics, not observation, to support a religious belief and gave us the Big Bang. I so dislike Catholicism that my 73-year-old memory refuses to give me his name.

A wealth of observation-based information at thunderbolts dot info supports a static electrical universe.

@yvilletom Perhaps you'll be interested in this video. Let me know if you have any comments.

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