Webb Telescope Finds Even More Big Bang Problems

There is a story that a book in 1931 had 100 scientists against Einstein, and Uncle Albert replied that to defeat relativity, just one fact would be necessary. People tend to forget that science proves nothing, but can disprove established beliefs, theories, and all that good stuff.

For many years, the secular science industry has propped up the Big Bang and Frankensteined it many times. They had high hopes that the James Webb Space Telescope would provide evidence of the Big Bang and subsequent cosmic evolution. The opposite happened. And it happened again. Oopsie!

Evidence from the James Webb Space Telescope continues to refute the Big Bang. Fully formed galaxies should not be there according to secularists.
JADES-GS-z14-0 galaxy, NASA, ESA, et al.
JWST is supposed to look "back in time" at the earliest stars and galaxies. By secular standards, they should be primitive and have little structure. Not happening, old son. Not just stars, but formed galaxies with structure exist — which is right in line with biblical creation science. Now two more galaxies have been found, and one is a whopper. Also, oxygen was detected. That shouldn't be there.

Secular cosmologists and cosmogonists should be honest about the science. Not just one disproof of the Big Bang, but many are occurring. It's long past time to admit that the evidence keeps pointing to recent creation. That would mean coming to the Creator on his terms, and most don't want to do that.
Astronomers using the James Webb Space Telescope have recently confirmed that two galaxies are extremely distant, with one becoming the new record holder as the most distant galaxy from Earth. The new record-holding galaxy is designated as JADES-GS-z14-0 and is shown in the inset in the above image. By uniformitarian reckoning, this galaxy existed just 290 million years after the supposed Big Bang, yet it looks too mature for its age. The previous record holder was galaxy JADES-GS-z13-0, with a presumed age of just 320 million years after the Big Bang.

The rest of the article is found at "Webb Telescope Discovers Another Record-Breaking Galaxy." A related article is "Early Mature Galaxy Record Surpassed Again."