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Do recent images from the JWST pose a major crisis for Big Bang cosmology?

No. Mr. Lerner provides no evidence for the new JWST data causing a major crisis in cosmology, nor that "The Big Bang didn't happen"; other cosmologists disagree with his conclusions. The &...
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Do recent images from the JWST pose a major crisis for Big Bang cosmology?

Some of Lerner's previous complaints about the state of the art did and still do have validity, but his claims about the JWST are wildly out of proportion. Lerner's ideas were presented in a 1991 book,...
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Does a lack of radiation shadows disprove the Big Bang Theory?

The quote in the OP from the creation article is an accurate summary of a mainstream Science Daily article: Big Bang's Afterglow Fails Intergalactic 'Shadow' Test: If the standard Big Bang theory ...
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Has the CERN LHC Muon Detector caused mini singularities within Earths atmosphere?

This is based on an April Fools joke posted on the NOVA Next blog, April 1, 2015. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/next/physics/lhc-accidental-rainbow-universe/ "Jessica Czerniski", who is quoted in the ...
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Is there compelling proof against an alternative to the law of conservation of energy?

The main flaw in your idea is the assumption that the expansion of the universe is a result of the velocity, and thus the kinetic energy, of objects in the universe increasing as the universe expands. ...
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Does a lack of radiation shadows disprove the Big Bang Theory?

The Big Bang was the whole universe. There was no "centre" to the Big Bang; the (hypothetical) point source was all of the universe. There was no space expanding from that point, space itself was ...
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