I’ll warn you guys up front that what I’m including in this post amounts to mere “teasers” when compared to the articles from which they’re sourced. I strongly urge you to use the links provided after each item to check out those original articles.
Call me stupid, but I have a question about the last one.
Now I’m no astrophysicist, but I’m not exactly illiterate when it comes to science either. If that galaxy is 13.3 billion light-years away, then it’s taken 13.3 billion years for its light to get here, right? Which means we’re seeing it as it looked 13.3 billion years ago, right?
Well, according to the big bang theory, the universe was one helluva lot smaller back then. So can someone please explain why that galaxy still looks so damned far away?!?! 🙄
I want ice water.
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