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Did the Big Bang really happen

23 March 2024
Astronomy, cosmology, Palaeontology

Sent in by Robert with the remark – if the Big Bang didn’t happen, what did? For the answer, or one possibility, go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBdNn7Wv_J8&ab_channel=LPPFusion …  and in order to confound mainstream, a speck of light  spotted by the Hubble space telescope has turned out to be an enormous galaxy – exposed by the new James Webb space telescope. Go to https://www.livescience.com/space/cosmology/speck-of-light-spotted-by-hubble-is-one-of-the-most-enormous-galaxies-in-the-early-universe-james-webb-telescope-reveals … Robert then has a link to rock carvings on a cliff in Brazil – some of which are celestial, it is thought -see https://www.livescience.com/archaeology/2000-year-old-carvings-of-celestial-bodies-and-animals-discovered-on-rocky-cliffs-in-brazil …. while ancient brains are common in archaeological digs, it would seem, in spite of their soft tissue status -go to https://www.iflscience.com/ancient-brains-discovered-in-12000-year-old-humans-are-l;ast-soft-tissues-standing-73462 … It seems there are over 4000 preserved human brains in the global archive – retrieved from 6 continents. These include Arctic explorers, medieval monks, and some that date back as far as 12,000 years. They are found in watery graves, sunken ship wrecks, and warm ponds – and many other locations.

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