http://www.tecca.com/news/2011/01/2...-hubble-discovery-of-oldest-galaxy-ever-seen/ How is the age of the Universe most accurately estimated and is it possible there is a discrepancy between the Oldest observed Galaxies and the estimated Age of the Universe? What are the implications for say a 1B year error in the age of the Universe on the Standard Model and the various Cosmology theories we have at present? How long do we estimate it takes for thinly spread gas to clump into stars and then for stars to clump together into a Galaxy powerful enough to be seen from 13.2B light years away? At the rate at which the limit for the oldest galaxies observed are being pushed back where is the curve likely to reach a limit value whilst using Hubble? How much further would the James Webb potentially see if Galaxies are actually there to be observed?