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Red Herring
Dec 28, 2012

The light from remote globular clusters should be blue according to theory because the farther away one looks the farther back in time one sees.

It seems as if each new observation from the Hubble Space Telescope or the Chandra X-ray Observatory adds fuel to the Electric Universe fire. Funded research groups, on the other hand, are constantly finding new stellar entities or peculiar galaxies that require them to attach addenda to existing theories. Now astronomers are faced with yet another observation that they are “struggling to explain.”

The Hubble team states that there are clusters of stars orbiting another galaxy over a billion light years away that aren’t behaving as conventional understanding suggests: rather than being blue-white they are red.

Modern astronomers use a measuring rod for the Universe that is based on expansion out of a primordial explosion. They believe that objects farther out into space are representative of the Universe as it was closer to its beginning. Because galaxies located at 1.2 billion light years are supposed to be as they were 1.2 billion years ago, the expectation is that any stars that are observed at that distance should be youthful, near the beginning of their lives, with rich supplies of hydrogen fuel. In that case, the stars ought to be burning hot and blue, radiating high frequency X-rays and extreme ultraviolet light........................
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