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Posted by Richard Ruquist on November 13, 2002 02:23:26 UTC

but it is not predicted by your model That is the point.

The image of the big bang is the CMBR, not any quasar.

The number of stars in galaxies differ by orders of magnitude, and the number does not correlate with the age of the light. That cannot be predicted by your model

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