Magically Frankensteining the Big Bang

As indicated several times previously, the Big Bang has little resemblance to its original incarnation. It has been Frankensteined over the years with material being added, some things lopped off because they are distracting to the main story, and fluffed up.

The James Webb Space Telescope is a successor to the Hubble, providing extremely detailed images of stars and galaxies out there, thataway. Instead of supporting the Big Bang and deep times as many hoped, it caused problems — and even supported predictions by biblical creationists!

Over the years, the Big Bang has been Frankensteined with things being added or changed. A new effort is not science, it resembles magic instead.
The Passion of Creation with JWST image from NASA, both modified
Believers in the Big Bang have certain expectations and use the framework to interpret the data. They often have to make it fit the narrative one way or another. Probably taking his cue from the complex secular scientific principle of Making Things Up™, one owlhoot is running his idea up the flagpole to see if anyone salutes it. Not yet. But then, the Big Bang itself was originally met with resistance. We'll see if his attempt at cosmic magic (not science) will make secularists feel better.

Normal people should see things in their activities that consistently need adjustment, and then question whether or not their system needs to be abandoned. Not these jaspers. They have a commitment to naturalism and cosmic evolution, so they keep dancing with the devil in the pale moonlight instead of admitting that their presupposition is fundamentally flawed. The evidence supports recent creation. Repeatedly.
...a Big Bang interpretation of the data does not leave sufficient ‘time’ for these early galaxies to have evolved since the supposed Big Bang event. To solve these problems, physicist Rajendra Gupta (University of Ottawa) suggests radical revisions to the Big Bang model. These include incorporating an older explanation for galaxy redshifts into an expanding universe model, as well as changing values over time for the fundamental physical constants. He believes this will push the time of the Big Bang back another 13 billion years, making the universe almost 27 billion years old.

To read it all and be amazed at the hubris, click on "Big Bang Troubles? No Problem, Just Double the Universe’s Age!" Humorous moment: My wife was watching television while I was working on this. As soon as I took off the headphones, the subject turned to the Big Bang.