Piltdown man Posted May 29, 2009 Share Posted May 29, 2009 (edited) The discovery that galaxies, or island universes, were exhibiting red-shift in degrees that increased with distance, showed that the universe was/is not static. But it could show that the universe is either expanding, or collapsing, or, more likely, a mixture of both. Why then, and by whom, was it decided to go with the expanding option. Could it have been more acceptable to have "Gods" work grow larger, and perhaps more magnificent, than for it to be seen as possibly collapsing? Edited May 29, 2009 by Piltdown man typo Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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