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Originally posted by davidgrouchy
The reason is we cannot cling to out dated theories with evidence presented such as this and still call our selves scientists
Boy you sure got that right. Looking to fit the data into preconceived ideas, instead of letting the results of observations speak for themselves leads to overlooking what is right before our very eyes.
Consider these three galaxy pairs, the bottom one taken from the linked article. Notice a trend? Something they all have in common.
The spiral arms, if traced from the center spiral out counterclockwise for the galaxy on the left, and clockwise for the galaxy on the right.
Isn't that interesting.
If these are supposed to be randomly colliding galaxies how do they know not to colide with galaxies rotating in the same direction?
“The discovery of acceleration was an enormous shock,
because it went against everything we thought we knew about
gravity,” co-researcher Dr Tamara Davis from the University of
Queensland said. “The problem was, that supernova data couldn't
tell us whether dark energy was genuinely there, or whether
Einstein's theory of gravity itself was failing."
So in the effort to preserve the sanctity of the existing theories; some simple things, that a casual forum reader can notice, are passing by totally uncommented on by the scientific community.
I wonder if I scroll up to the top of the page and look at the picture in the opening post again, if maybe I will see an arm spiraling out counterclockwise on the left, and clockwise on the right.
Originally posted by acmpnsfal
Do they come to an end or do they just change into something new?
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