Scientists Doubting Big Bang Principles

When a theory or hypothesis is presented, it is reasonable to expect supporting evidence to be displayed as well. Predictions are often made. Scientists are supposed to do that sort of thing. Unfortunately for science, poor reasoning and incomplete procedures are all too common.

We have seen that the Big Bang as an explanation for the origin of the universe has been Frankensteined so much that it has little resemblance to Grandfather's Big Bang model of the 1930s. At least, the original had superficial plausibility. Recently, cosmologists attended a conference, doubting fundamental principles of the source of cosmic evolution.

The Big Bang model has changed since the 1930s. Now, more and more scientists are admitting doubts about fundamental principles and saying so publicly.
The Passion of Creation with JWST image from NASA, both modified
According to secular scientists, homogeneity is expected, meaning a certain degree of sameness regarding the spreading of energy and matter. Ain't happening, Zeke. There are structures of sorts in the universe, such as the Hercules-Corona Borealis Great Wall of galaxies. Things like that shouldn't be there, but secularists insist on believing in the Big Bang despite evidence to the contrary.

Also, the universe should be isotropic — the only directions in space are relative to the magnetic fields of celestial bodies. That, too, is being doubted. An increasing number of cosmologists are asking some very probing questions. Perhaps some will stop kicking at the goads and realize that there is indeed a Creator.
In April 2024, some of the world’s leading cosmologists convened at the Royal Society in London to question the cosmological principle—the assumption that the universe is the same everywhere and in every direction.1,2 This is a highly significant development since the cosmological principle is a foundational assumption of the Big Bang model for the universe’s origin.

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