Do the rates of galactic evolution (first 3 billion years) agree in all parts of the observed sky? Or does certain part of evolution vary within the universe by ~1 billion years? Could one part of the sky at redshift z=4 be ~500 million years ahead in evolution than another part of the sky at redshift 4? Do we know? If not, can this be tested? If a maximum difference of 1 billion years is observed for the rates of evolution in two particular places in the sky for the first 3 billion years (10.7-13.7 billion years ago), what implication does that have on the Big Bang Theory? What happens if these deviances line up with large-angle hot and cold spots in WMAP?