James Webb telescope finds an 'extreme' glow coming from 90% of the universe's earliest galaxies

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Wow,
Again, why are there so many different guesstimations on the universe? We talk about the big bang, and then in the very next breath, it's being claimed that the Big bang is wrong. I understand that the universe is huge, and that has Michiro Kaku says, All physics are local. As a matter of fact, Tyson refers to the same thing. Maybe it would be beneficial to refrain from posting some of these things, until, maybe there is more information from researchers.
 
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The early universe was a busy place:
We suspect that gas cooling induced by strong interactions and/or major mergers could be triggering the extreme emission lines, and the increased merger rate might be responsible for the over-abundance of EELGs at z > 6.
 
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Wow,
Again, why are there so many different guesstimations on the universe? We talk about the big bang, and then in the very next breath, it's being claimed that the Big bang is wrong. I understand that the universe is huge, and that has Michiro Kaku says, All physics are local. As a matter of fact, Tyson refers to the same thing. Maybe it would be beneficial to refrain from posting some of these things, until, maybe there is more information from researchers.
There are many scientists that wish that the Webb telescope (or other observations) turn over the consensus model for professional reasons (since academia advances are hard).

I note that you rely on general popularizers instead of scientists to form your ideas about the science, and as a physicist I would never do that. (Admittedly I find both being obnoxious showmen.)

I would read the paper that was worked out by researchers. And other papers, to reference a productive researcher that popularize (and isn't obnoxious) I would recommend Dr Becky's Youtube channel. They have several times presented recent research that makes the claims that "Big bang" space expansion theory wrong themselves wrong. And the article points to yet another result that problematize the claims of a hopeful minority and outsider popularizers both.

Some of their examples:
"JWST's "too massive" galaxy problem solved?! | A non-universal IMF"
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4KH1Jw6HBI&ab_channel=Dr.Becky

"HUGE blow for alternate theory of gravity MOND"
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HlNSvrYygRc&ab_channel=Dr.Becky


Other examples:
"More JWST Observations are Finding Fewer Early Massive Galaxies" https://www.universetoday.com/16364...ons-are-finding-fewer-early-massive-galaxies/

Below is also ongoing and exciting research of star bursts masquerading as Webb's massive galaxies, connecting back to how early galaxies now are thought to have too little mass to rapidly recirculate gas and having a shared context with the "extreme glow" paper:
"Bursts of star formation explain mysterious brightness at cosmic dawn"
"Quenched Galaxies in the Early Universe"
 
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Genesis 1:3-25 NLT. Then God said, “Let there be light,” and there was light. And God saw that the light was good. Then he separated the light from the darkness.

Any questions?