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Webb telescope just found massive objects: It didn’t find anything that wasn’t already there!

The scientists today will never admit that they KNOW NOTHING compared to the Universe we live in. in their small minds they think if they admit they don’t know about something or are not an expert on space they think people won’t believe them and it will be harder to get those grants to do the meaningless research they do to keep a very high paying research job. So what do they do? They LIE! Yes … They lie and have been lying to us from DAY ONE!!! This is about control and control of the narrative. if they tell you something and you don’t believe them, that means it will be harder to tell you something again when you really need too and in the case of our scientists they are reliant on influence because it drives their bottom line. keep you engaged so as too secure funding for the future scientists of the world who are a part of this propaganda campaign. The campaign to control your minds…SG64 P.S. Read Dan Browns book “Deception Point!” You will get the point!

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Webb telescope just found massive objects that shouldn’t exist in deep space

Scientists expected the James Webb Space Telescope to reveal unknowns in the deepest realms of space.

But they certainly didn’t anticipate this.

While scanning a region of the cosmos near the Big Dipper, a group of astronomers identified six faint objects as they appeared well over 13 billion years ago. They suspect the objects are ancient galaxies. Scientists expect such early collections of stars and swirling matter to be relatively small. After all, such galaxies hadn’t had much time to form or grow. But these galaxies are giants, the researchers report.

“It’s bananas,” Erica Nelson, an astrophysicist at CU Boulder who worked on the new research, said in a statement(Opens in a new tab).

It’s bananas because the objects, which are “red and bright” in the Webb observations, might host billions of stars (and many more planets), similar to our Milky Way galaxy. These galaxies formed some 500 to 700 million years after the universe was created during the Big Bang(Opens in a new tab), and at such a time there simply shouldn’t have been enough matter around to create fantastic bursts of stars and solar systems, Nelson explained.

The extremely distant galaxies are the fuzzy red objects shown below. They’re red because the universe is expanding, and the light traveling through it becomes stretched out, ultimately shifting to longer, redder wavelengths. Importantly, the research about these galaxies is just beginning. There is potential, for example, that some of these bright red masses are a different kind of primordial object, like a quasar (intensely hot, energetic matter spinning around a black hole and emitting tremendous amounts of light into space).

Astronomers using the Webb telescope have spotted even earlier galaxies, too, including some that formed just 350 million years after the Big Bang. But these galaxies are much smaller. They make more sense than the recently spotted behemoths.

“If even one of these galaxies is real, it will push against the limits of our understanding of cosmology,” Nelson noted. Cosmology is the study of our universe’s origins and evolution. Where’d we come from? And how did we get here?

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