James Webb Space Telescope suggests supermassive black holes grew from heavy cosmic 'seeds

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Not one big bang roughly 94 billion light years wide, but 94 billion big bangs, all over and all around us, just too far away to see, yet. Not alternate universes, not parallel universes, not the multiverse, just one great big universe, billions of times bigger than many imagined.