Faintest galaxies ever seen explain the ‘Missing Link’ in the Universe
Ethan Siegel

interesting, a few articles ago it was like this bang banged everywhere at once that’s why there doesn’t appear to be a center to the universe, but now this article says, we need to see further to understand better, like it’s all suddenly moving away again from some point.

It probably means there was never a bang or such a precipitous moment to everything and we have no real idea what our gizmos are revealing to us, I mean we see it or see of it what we can, but scientists have no actual idea what it really is or means but yet are determined to keep themselves imprisoned by their own precritical requirements, this Bang narrative thing.

But then, maybe I’m just cranky today

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