by Scott Douglass
February 04, 2023
from Thunderbolts Website




The initial data release from the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) caused a worldwide stir within the Standard Model of Cosmology.


James Webb images question the beginning of the universe formed by a Big Bang.

For instance:

  • the further back in time we look the more galaxies we see

  • galactic mergers and collisions are not very common

  • normal galactic structure is observed much earlier with smooth disks and neat spiral forms

  • there are galaxies which remain unchanged for over ten-billion years


Gareth Samuel, creator of "See the Pattern" and EU advocate, explores initial and new JWST data to understand the problems now facing mainstream cosmology...


Then shares how other models fit the data far better than conventional Big Bang theory: