Comments on “JWST discovery of 6 galaxies from beginning of universe ‘creates problems for science’”

  1. gerald king's son says:
    02/23/2023 at 9:40 PM

    oh no, another drudge link. All the mouth breathers are out in full force.

  2. Joe says:
    02/23/2023 at 11:51 PM

    Let’s see, you feel confident that the Big Bang resulted in the miracle of life vs a Holy God that created the universe and life with intelligent design and intricate detail. I think your hypothesis is without reason and requires faith far beyond the faith required in God for him to reveal himself to you. Seek him.

  3. Ranada White says:
    02/24/2023 at 12:02 AM

    No, that is not what the caption read. It read they were formed about 500-800 million after the Big Bang. So that light source seen would be about 12.5 to 12.8 Billion years old or so.

  4. Andy says:
    02/24/2023 at 6:23 AM

    Eventually we will find that the universe has no beginning, has always been and most likely will always be… the old “Steady State” theory was on the right track and simply needs some tweaking (lol). Further it’s extent is limitless, infinite. Anything else is not feasible. The idea of a “Big Bang” is pure fiction. It comes from somebody’s dumb notion that time is like a film which can be run backwards from the “now” to the beginning titles. Wrong.

  5. Justin T Grinstead says:
    02/24/2023 at 6:35 AM

    I am not very smart man, but since we are looking at the light of images from 13.5 billion years ago essentially and since the universe is constantly expanding wouldnt it make sense that everything was much denser because expansion had not yet occurred? Relativity is a strange thing! LOL

  6. Bob says:
    02/24/2023 at 7:42 AM

    Has anyone considered that we may be looking at the beginning of our own (or neighboring) galaxy since we are essentially looking back in time. With a relative rapid expansion or perhaps that is the other side of our galaxy getting pulling through a black hole and we are on the other side in a different part of the universe via the wormhole in the middle of the black hole?

    Just food for thought to ponder

    1. JASON DeReese says:
      02/26/2023 at 6:19 PM

      So the big bang for our universe is just the opposite side of the black hole caused by possibly a supernova like what we have seen in the present or past. The most difficult thing: confines my minds to prejudice in the inability that space and time is a set of variables but possibly just a couple of evolutionary tools specifically for our use to keep moving toward our unknown goal. Tasty meal for my brain, thanks.


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