James Webb Space Telescope spots dozens of physics-breaking rogue objects floating through space in pairs

Jun 19, 2023
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"Physics breaking" is definitely a nonsense, garbage, click-bait headline.

If we see something we don't understand the physics of, it doesn't "break" physics – nothing can. It simply means our understanding of physics is incomplete – which we already know.
 
Oct 7, 2023
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Lol scientists…. If you could just wrap your mind around the first 5 words in the most important book we have , your mysteries would be honest and far greater in understanding something…, oh.:. What book? What five words…. Here they are, are u ready? Are u sure u can handle truth? It explains how these rogus and the rest were created…. Okok here ya go…… drum roll please…. Dunh da da daaaaaa…
“IN THE BEGINNING …….GOD CREATED”

There you go…. Even explains how life began….. can you accept reality?
Now, with the above in mind… Go to work tomorrow with renued vigor and be happy. With your new knowledge in tact…. Learn HOW HE did all these things and report back to us. You know, the 95 pct of mankind that believes this to be exactly true…👍
I wasn't talking religion though. I'm just pissed that all the Webb photos are essentially "doctored" to supply these extravagant colors that absolutely do not exist on the actual objects themselves. I understand that without doing that they would all just be gray and black. That's fine - give me gray and black. I'd much rather see that then some fanciful BS designed to make people go oooohhh and ahhhh.
 
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I wonder what color the astronomers will just make up for these rogue objects in the name of science?
I guess you don't realize that what we see as colors in these images are actually representing chemical data. Since humans can only physically observe a small amount of frequences, this allows us to "see" stars and nebulas in another way. It's not just "made up"
 
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I guess you don't realize that what we see as colors in these images are actually representing chemical data. Since humans can only physically observe a small amount of frequences, this allows us to "see" stars and nebulas in another way. It's not just "made up"
No offense, but if I could snap my fingers and stand before one of these objects - If I wouldn't see the colors represented in these photos then they ARE made up. There are only two options: the colors are there in real life or they are not. Anything else is justification. If astronomers need the added color to further thier work, that's understandable. Then they alone should have access to the colored pictures. When the colors are issued to the public, I'm sorry - that is misleading and smacks of advertising for future funding.
 
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No offense, but if I could snap my fingers and stand before one of these objects - If I wouldn't see the colors represented in these photos then they ARE made up. There are only two options: the colors are there in real life or they are not. Anything else is justification. If astronomers need the added color to further thier work, that's understandable. Then they alone should have access to the colored pictures. When the colors are issued to the public, I'm sorry - that is misleading and smacks of advertising for future funding.
there's nothing misleading about these images. I'm not a scientist and no one special and I know what they mean. And science is ALL about finding information, data, and so on.
We, the human public, deserve to know and to see what's going on.
If you prefer to remain ignorant - fine. No one is forcing you to read this article or see the images.
 
Jul 30, 2023
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I wonder what color the astronomers will just make up for these rogue objects in the name of science?
While human eyes are limited to seeing colors from red to violet, snakes can see beyond red (infrared). If you face a snake, open your mouth and raise your arms (shirtless) it would see your eyes, mouth and armpits as a different color than other parts of your body. Colors are just different frequencies of electromagnetic radiation. NASA has a telescope recording the sun in four ultraviolet frequencies. A section of image at 195 angstroms (1.5 million degrees Kelvin) has a color just as real as your shirt at 5171 angstroms which you would call green.
 
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I am always disappointed when cosmologists say clouds can only collapse into certain size objects. As if clouds don't have varying sizes and constituent distributions. Just because a fool's model has been limited to an artificial range of parameters does not mean nature is that limited. Any type of dust cloud can and should be expected in the infinitude of space. A small cloud given enough time can radiate heat and collapse. Depending on the motions within the cloud, it can form one or more centers of accumulating mass. That's just common sense.