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|Posted: 21.06.2017 23:55 Post subject:
|Tuxford - 53 minutes ago
"Instead, they saw evidence that the stars were born in a pancake-shaped disk.
Surprise, like I've saying. Galaxies grow from the inside-out, not the reverse! Spirals grow into giant ellipticals.
This new insight may force us to rethink...
Not possible for the common merger maniac.
Perhaps we have been blind...
The remote galaxy is three times as massive as the Milky Way but only half the size.
Likely much bigger than can be observed for now.
Why this galaxy stopped forming stars is still unknown.
It didn't stop. The assumption arises from ignorance of the tired light effect of light climbing out of a gravity well, such as this massive galaxy, causing it to appear more yellow. It is not dead. It is rather the rigid minds of common merger maniacs that are dead.
But how do these young, massive, compact disks evolve into the elliptical galaxies we see in the present-day universe?
Core ejections grow more random.
Sisältä ulos päin?!?
Olemmeko löytämässä itse itsemme? Yhdistyvätkö eri uskonnot ja tiede jo meidän aikana?