The Big Bang Theory is based on the assumption that a stellar object’s Redshift indicates both velocity & distance. This ‘redshift theory’ is known as the Hubble Constant. There are numerous examples in space that falsify this theory, I’ll use just two as examples.
In the above image, it is clear that the main Galaxy is connected to the smaller stellar object by a ‘trail’. There are also two faint objects on the course of the trail. However, the redshift of all four objects are radically different, that is, according to the theory that ‘redshift equals distance & velocity’ they should be in completely different parts of the Universe!
Redshift values of NGC7603
Clearly, the established theory of Redshift can be falsified by this one observation alone, but there are others:
The final irrefutable falsification of the “Redshift equals distance” assumption is the following image of galaxy NGC 7319 (Redshift = 0.0225). The small object indicated by the arrow is a quasar (Redshift z = 2.11) This observation of a quasar between the galaxy and Earth is impossible if the quasar is over ninety times farther away than the galaxy.
Note the Quasar in front of the galaxy. According to its extreme redshift, it should be way behind this opaque galaxy & therefore not visible.
The Big Bang Theory is false – not because I or others claim it to be false – but because it has been scientifically falsified.
More information on this subject:
ATLAS OF PECULIAR GALAXIES by Halton Arp:
Halton Arp’s webpage:
Because of Arp’s photos, the assumption that high red shift objects have to be very far away – on which the “Big Bang” theory and all of “accepted cosmology” is based – is proven to be wrong! The Big Bang theory is therefore falsified.
Halton C. Arp is a professional astronomer who, earlier in his career, was Edwin Hubble’s assistant. He has earned the Helen B.Warner prize, the Newcomb Cleveland award and the Alexander von Humboldt Senior Scientist Award. For years he worked at the Mt. Palomar and Mt. Wilson observatories. While there, he developed his well known catalog of “Peculiar Galaxies” that are misshapen or irregular in appearance.
Arp is correct in his contention that redshift is caused mainly by an object’s being young, and only secondarily because of its velocity. Therefore, quasars are not the brightest, most distant and rapidly moving things in the observed universe – but they are among the youngest.