Quasars Trouble Big Bang Concepts

Great news for creationists, bad for believers in current cosmic evolution ideas. A paper was published that examined galaxies and their associations with quasars. This gets into some deep astronomy and mathematics, such as redshift and whether or not the association is random.

Quasars are mysterious objects that took astronomers a long time to figure out. Now ideas are changing, and the Big Bang has another big problem.
Galaxy Cluster, Quasar 3C 186 image credits:
NASA/CXC/SAO/A.Siemiginowska et al. Optical: AURA/Gemini Obs.
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"This is all very interesting, but what is a quasar, Cowboy Bob?"

Glad you asked. Like a social media relationship status, it's complicated. When first detected, astronomers were puzzled and decided to call them quasi-stellar objects, shortened to quasars. Has a catchy sound do it. They are very bright and contain a great deal of energy, and seem to be the products of black holes at the cores of galaxies. Or are they something else? It took a mighty long time to get a handle on quasars, and that has changed.

The paper is strong evidence against the Big Bang and cosmic evolution, and supports recent creation. It should be another nail in the coffin of this failed "theory", but we know how they work: rescuing devices are conjured up quick-like. We'll see what they dream up.
In a paper just published that looked for an association between putative parent galaxies and pairs of quasars, the authors found many such quasar families, suggesting that the association is real, and not just coincidental. They used the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) data release 7 and the 2MASS (Two Micron All Sky Survey) Redshift Survey (2MRS) Ks ≤ 11.75 mag data release to test for the physical association of candidate companion quasars with putative parent galaxies by virtue of Karlsson periodicity in quasar redshifts.
To read the rest, click on "Confirmed: physical association between parent galaxies and quasar families".