Stellar Stories, Part 8

Interestingly, the white hole cosmology model also addresses redshifted galaxies in an intriguing way also. If you will recall, the analysis of redshifted galaxies and other such bodies are used by researchers to establish universal distances, and as with the vast distances that starlight must travel, oftentimes serves as a basis for arguments against a young creation. Even so, the method is not without doubt, with some such analyses concluding that the universe is only eight billion years old as opposed to the more commonly accepted 14 billion year age. 

Conversely, according to the white hole model, the light coming from distant stars also became relativistically altered as the fabric of space was stretched. As a result, their wavelengths were deeply stretched at greater distances than closer ones, progressively shifting their light towards the red end of the spectrum. As such, under modern observation, we can see that the furthest stars from us display red-shifted properties, while those closer to us lack this.

All that aside, would it surprise you to know that there is a body of research that suggests that redshifted astronomical bodies may not necessarily be an indicator of recessions and or distance, but rather simply a condition of what form of galaxy the light is originating from? The astronomer William Tifft, a researcher at the University of Arizona, has noted that spiral galaxies tend to possess higher redshifts than elliptical galaxies from even the same region, and likewise dimmer galaxies tend to have higher redshifts than brighter bodies of the same form.

What’s more is that, despite the cries of those who insist that the universe is random and endless, observable evidence has indicated that the position of galaxies in the heavens above tend to align with certain values, not unlike the spatial orbital relationships exhibited by electrons across the valences levels of atoms. In other words, the distribution of the swirling heavenly bodies is not simply chaos, but rather obviously and concentrically ordered , much like the layers of an onion! 1

The nature of these “quantized” galaxies is worth discussing somewhat further. As the evidence unequivocally demonstrates, this phenomenon is no fluke. Even the very standard which is used by mainstream cosmologists to quantify redshifts, Hubble’s Law, is a confirmation of their regular and concentric positions within the universe, with the ability to distinguish predictable distances in redshifted galaxies being implicit of something more than the expected chaos. In fact, precision observations have even noted that these galactic layers fall, with astonishing regularity, an average of a million light years apart. 2 Commenting on the phenomenon in 1997, after a study of some 250 galactic redshifts, astronomers Napier and Guthrie said:

“… the redshift distribution has been found to be strongly quantized in the galactocentric frame of reference. The phenomenon is easily seen by eye and apparently cannot be ascribed to statistical artefacts, selection procedures or flawed reduction techniques.” 3

The way in which the White Hole Cosmological model addresses the quantized redshift phenomenon is quite interesting also. So it goes, the concentrically-oriented galaxies are explained through a series of early energetic shockwaves occurring in such a way as to be spherically symmetrical to the location of our galaxy. Hypothetically, these spherical shockwaves would have reverberated from the central hydrological superstructure outward to the expanding watery edge, and across the scattered plasma nebulae in between, with the various waves dynamically interfering with or enhancing the actions of other waves. In effect, these energetic actions would have produced spherical, concentric layers of denser materials, which over time, consolidated into the star-rich galaxies that fill the heavens.

Of course, there have been many who have attempted to dispel the implications of the data, some suggesting even that the phenomenon was simply an artifact of the distribution of matter through the universe, that, no matter one’s position within it, such observations would yield the same results, i.e. an apparent quantization of redshifted galaxies. The nature of the data however is greatly in opposition to this weak rebuttal. You see, looking skyward, observing the layered galaxies above, we can clearly identify in all observable regions a fairly equal distribution of those bodies. Furthermore, the spectral signatures for each of the galactic “spheres” are clear and distinguishable from our position here. 

For us to be able to clearly observe distinct redshifts, our position, this planet, our own galaxy perhaps, must be situated amazingly close to the effective center of the universe! In fact, as the data testifies, we may be as close to the universal center as 100,000 light years, and statistically, for us to enjoy such a position holds odds perhaps as high as one in a trillion. Any position outside of that range would dramatically obscure our observations of distinct redshifts, smearing their crispness into a muddled mass of spectral signatures. 4

Thus, from this we can conclude two things: 

  1. The universe, contrary to mainstream assertions and the ever-popular Big Bang theory, has a distinct core or center, and… 
  2. For whatever reason, against vast statistical probabilities and tantalizingly suggestive of a purposeful design, our humble existence here on this little blue planet seems to be effectively at the heart of it all

 As amazing as these new interpretations of data are, revealing the special position amongst the cosmos, it should come as no surprise to some. 

After all, we have abundant evidence that our planet itself is special. After decades of intense searching amongst the heavens, we have never found another world such as ours, nor have we found any indication of habitability amongst the stars, nor for that matter, any other forms of life. In fact, researchers have postulated that the chance of a planet possessing the conditions that would support intelligent life are less than 1 in 10^173! 5

Of course, for those who refute the evidence of a bounded universe, who likewise accept the evolution paradigm, such impossible odds mean nothing, as for them, somewhere within the infinite abyss above, there are also an infinite number of life forms, and among them an infinite intelligences. However one feels concerning that matter, the point remains that our planet, and its position in regard to the universe, are indicative of design. What’s more is that such data, as amazing as its implications are, only scratches the surface…

– This was an excerpt fromRemnants of Eden: Evolution, Deep-Time, & the Antediluvian World.” Get your copy here today. God bless! –

References:

  1.   Sobel, Dava, “Man Stops Universe, Maybe,” Discover, April 1993
  2.   Cohen et al., “Redshift Clustering in the Hubble Deep Field,” Astrophysical J. 471:L5–L9, 1996
  3.   Napier, W.M. & Guthrie, B.N.G., J.,“Quantized Redshifts: a Status Report,” Astrophysics and Astronomy 18(4):455–463, 1997
  4.   Humphreys, D. Russell, “Our Galaxy is the Centre of the Universe, ‘Quantized’ Redshifts Show,” Journal of Creation 16(2):95–104, August 2002, http://creation.mobi/our-galaxy-is-the-centre-of-the-universe-quantized-redshifts-show, retrieved September 23rd, 2015
  5. Ross, H., Samples, K., Clark, M., “Lights in the Sky and Little Green Men,” Appendix B – “Probability for a Life Support Body,” NavPress Publishing Group, 1st Edition, June 1st, 2002

 


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