So I went to this National Geographic article news.nationalgeographic.com...
and read it up. And I cannot
believe that people fall for it.
Let's take a few of the statements the researchers make in NG:
"this motion is caused by structures well beyond the current cosmological horizon,”
The researchers admitted that they have no proof of anything over the hill, they merely speculate and most probably are going to have those
speculations published as facts.
“The clusters were all moving at the same speed—nearly 2 million miles (3.2 million kilometers) an hour —and in a single direction.”
As there is no difference between the “movement speed” of the galaxies, there is no proof of movement. If there was a difference between even one
of those galaxies and the rest, it could prove movement, yet still not whether one galxy or all galaxies, nor in which direction(-s) the movement is.
Also, as there is no proof of point of arrival, there is nothing to test movement, or speed or direction against. This train is rushing down the track
There also seems to be no background radiation-print to indicate movement of any kind.
I believe that this "scientific theory" which cannot been proven inside a laboratory, is a means to turn peoples' belief away from the Creator God
and to get them into believing that evolution is true.
I have a theory that most people do not like to hear when it goes against their scientific research:
God created all.
The universe seems to be expanding, because the methods of measuring it have changed.
The universe is not moving as there is no proof, but there needs to be more evidence fabricated to support evolution (just added to my theory).
And dark matter and dark energy are so called, because people do not wish to believe in the existence of spirits, especially God the Creator.
(Of course, evil spirits are easy to believe in – thanks, Hollywood and co.)