Researchers using the Hubble telescope have spotted an “astounding” grand-design spiral galaxy – astounding, they say, because it shouldn’t exist. Based on the galaxy’s estimated age of 10.7 billion years, according to conventional theory, it should not display such complexity of form. In this presentation, we discuss whether astronomers’ methods for dating galaxies are actually valid, and whether an electrical theory of galaxies may help resolve this cosmological puzzle.
For background on these topics:
Papers and discussions on Ian Tresman’s Plasma Universe: http://www.plasma-universe.com
Halton Arp’s official website: http://www.haltonarp.com/
TPODs dealing with redshift and other related issues: http://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/?s=redshift
Discussions on Wal Thornhill’s site: http://www.holoscience.com/wp/?s=redshift