I have a few problems with the big bang theory that I just don't understand as of yet. Matter and energy can never be created nor destroyed, or so they say. So then how did the BBT pull off this seemingly physics defying act of creation? There appears to be very old mature high density galaxies only 750 million years after the big bang intermingling with the younger galaxies. We've also found galaxies not far from our own that are on the order of a few hundred million years old to one billion years old. There doesn't appear to be any convergent point in space that all matter has come from, everywhere we look we see space getting equally larger the further out in every direction as if we were in the dead center of the universe. The universe appears to get "older" the more powerful our telescopes get, we keep finding galaxies further out near the so called beginning and have pushed the age of the universe up Inconsistencies with using redshift as an indicator of distance, I haven't heard any explanations for this as of yet. Do we really see space itself expanding or is the entire theory based on the movement of galaxies and then the extrapolation of that movement backwards in time? If we can't point to an actual patch of space itself and show it expanding, then how can we conclude that space itself is expanding? Why if the BBT is so obviously true, do we need to invent invisible things that are not observed? We claim we have observed dark matter and all, but we still haven't shown it or know what it is or how it works. There are other competing theories that explain away this magical form of matter with more accuracy and without the need to invent magical invisible substances that defy physics. Why are not all galaxies moving or receding away from each other as if 'expanded' from a singularity of dense hot matter? It appears that galaxies are following a more haphazard route across the cosmos. There doesn't appear to be any discernible pattern of expansion. Some coming towards, some moving away and large patch's heading towards a point in the sky as if being tugged by something larger beyond the universe while everything else is not. To explain all this we invent magical invisible unobserved forces. What mechanism was at play that has been observed that would allow the early universe to expand at an exponential rate that defies the laws of physics? I've also noticed that galaxies tend to move at different rates of speed compared to one another, which seems counter-intuitive of a magical singularity expanded outwards in space. Did this singularity defy physics and not expand space in a uniform fashion? Black holes are considered singularities and yet we say nothing can ever escape from them. If this is the case, then was the BBT singularity a magical singularity? There exists large voids in the CMB when there shouldn't be with current BBT theory as well as larger than accountable voids in surrounding space between galactic super clusters. That's all for now. Just a few problems I have been having with the BBT recently.