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Farthest Known galaxy Discovered By Indian

  1. Feb 20, 2004 #1
    Dear Sir,
    Please Find the story at the link http://www.internationalreporter.net/scripts/headDetails.asp?id=108, [Broken] which has a story ,also given under. This could be an eye opener to the scientific community.
    We definitely seek your response regarding this.

    By Arif Nisar
    Date : Feb 17, 2004

    There was an overwhelmed joy in the Astronomical world on news when an international team of astronomers may have set a new record in discovering what the most distant known galaxy in the universe is located an estimated 13 billion light-years away, the object is being viewed at a time only 750 million years after the big bang, when the universe was barely 5 percent of its current age. But surprisingly this discovery surfaced only after it was published well before.

    The primeval galaxy was identified by combining the power of NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and CARA's W. M. Keck Telescopes on Mauna Kea in Hawaii. These great observatories got a boost from the added magnification of a natural "cosmic gravitational lens" in space that further amplifies the brightness of the distant object.

    In fact this is not the first time when an Indian theorist's research has been corroborated with the latest world findings and when a story released by NYT News Service and also at the link http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/412729.cms, [Broken] with the title 'Space Theories being rewritten' it was another proud moment and a feather in his cap. But Alas! All in vain. In fact, he has propounded a theory which has recently challenged the earlier theory of Big Bang which comes at par with the world community of cosmologists. Although his journey in this field and subject started more than a decade away, the first series of his theory came into light on 17, July, 2003 with the link http://www.indiaexpress.com/news/technology/interviews/20030717-0.html. [Broken] The theorist I am talking about is Dr. Raj Baldev who has contradicted and reconstructed the earlier theory of Big Bang, with the title of the book, “Two Big Bangs Created the Universe (Formed in Eternal Space)”. The review of the book can be read at the link http://www.indiaexpress.com/news/technology/20031229-0.html [Broken] and the website www.twobigbangs.com [Broken] .

    With reference of the story mentioned above from Times of India where it says, “Astronomers said at Atlanta on Monday the 5th January 2004 at a meeting of the American Astronomical Society that they had found huge elliptical galaxies that formed within one billion to two billion years after the Big Bang, perhaps a couple of billion years earlier than expected.”

    Now, to quote from the above mentioned book from page 32, it says “It was the second big bang that occurred 14 billion years ago and the stars of the first generation were formed within 1-2 billion years thereafter”. Just compare the lines of the story, “huge elliptical galaxies” and of the book, “star of the first generation” after the gap of 1-2 billion years ago are synonymous.

    Secondly the story again says, “Some astronomers said the discoveries could challenge a widely accepted picture of the evolution of the universe, that galaxies, clusters and the galactic strings formed in a bottom-up fashion, that the universe’s small objects formed first and then clumped together into larger structures over time”. Again the assertion in the above lines synchronous with Dr. Raj Baldev’s concept of “Seed Principle” (Ibid, Glossary, page 357), which says that every being is to grow from the seed and cannot develop all of sudden without its prehistory for which the astronomers propound ‘small objects formed first’. Furthermore, at page number 231, Dr. Baldev says “Any seed, root, source or original characteristics of material or non-material of a living or non-living thing cannot develop suddenly”.

    He further says, “As per this law, no explosion of the Big Bang could take place abruptly unless some high explosive properties were made to gather at a plentiful place, condensed to the maximum pressure and strike, otherwise not” which scientists admit, unknowingly in the meeting held in Atlanta when they agreed upon the fact that smaller objects formed first and clumped together into larger structures over the time. Here dark lies ahead of them for which they seek an insight.

    Now to come back again on the latest findings of the scientists regarding their discovery of what the most distant known galaxy in the universe is located an estimated 13 billion light-years away, Dr. Raj Baldev further appends in his book, page no 181,….. the stars and the planets of the first generations were formed between 12 and 13 billions years ago. I think the scientists need a close insight when they talk about the most distant objects. In this connection Dr. Baldev has categorically mentioned different levels as Circuits in his book in which they can find an elaborate description on different Galaxies and aspects of the Universe and Cosmology.

    Now the big question lies in front of Global Media, Scientific Community, NASA, Cosmo theorists of Hubble and Keck team, and the Indian government, in particular, whether the Indian Cosmo-Theorist gets a perfect, justifiable and deserving launch pad to take off in the Space of Space Exploration and get recognized with the Noble Physicists and Cosmologist. Any further clarification required for this theory is welcomed at info@twobigbangs.com.
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