James Webb Space Telescope faces sensor glitch in deep space

Feb 7, 2023
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Fascinating discovery. But I am dismayed that they are already trying to wedge this discovery into their chosen model, rather than reevaluating the Big Bang itself. I have trouble believing that something that should have taken billions of years to form could be there fully formed at such an early phase in our known universe. Why aren't they studying this without consideration of this faulty cosmology model?

Furthermore, in this article, a halo of dark matter is being presented as fact. Dark matter hasn't been proven yet. I think dark matter might well exist, however until it is a proven fact, it should not be presented as such.

I am not a Big Bang denier. I just have strong doubts it is the absolute beginning of all that exists. I see it as part of the equation, not the equation itself.

Once again, I find myself wishing I had the money to fund my own private study of another phenomenon that professional scientists are trying to wedge into a predetermined model. Who do I complain to?

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