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"My contention is that it is clumpy on all the scales so far explored,” says University of Geneva astronomer Francesco Sylos Labini.
“In fact, studies we have done show that the distribution of matter is fractal, just like a tree or a cloud.” Adds New Scientist, "If this dissenting view is correct and the Universe doesn’t become smoothed out on the very largest scales, the consequences..." for any materialist, secular cosmology are hard to overestimate.
* The Big Bang's Failed Predictions and Failures to Predict: (Updated Aug 3, 2017.) As documented below, trust in has been misplaced when compared to the actual astronomical observations that were made, in large part, in hopes of affirming the theory.
The big bang's poor predictions track record is extensive as shown from its many failures including... [Click on over to Real Science Radio to hear Bob and Fred discuss this list.] * The Big Bang's Failing Foundational Assumptions of Homogeneity and Isotropy: NASA's article titled, Foundations of Big Bang Cosmology, begins stating that, "The Big Bang model of cosmology rests on two key ideas...
- 1915 Slipher: "the average velocity of the spirals is about 25 times the average stellar velocity." - 1917 Willem de Sitter: "The lines in the spectra of very distant stars or nebulae must therefore be systematically displaced towards the red, giving rise to a spurious positive radial velocity" [earliest redshift cosmological hypothesis].
- 1918 Carl Wirtz [translation]: "..system of spiral nebulae is drifting apart by a velocity of 656 km with respect to the momentary location of the solar system as the center." - 1922 Alexander Friedmann: On the curvature of space.
This is hardly a believable tale, but the story of Clement's martyrdom clearly inspired the persecuted Church. Scholars have found only a few examples dating as late as the middle of the third century, and none after 300 A. Their most common explanation is that as the Empire went from persecuting the Church to sponsoring it, Christians no longer needed secret symbols to identify themselves.
But where did Christians get the idea to use an anchor in the first place?
The anchor appeared as the royal emblem of Seleucus the First, king of the Seleucid dynasty established after Alexander the Great's campaigns.
Such expressions as , or "peace be with you" speak to the hope Christians felt in their anticipation of heaven.
Archaeologists found about 70 examples of these kinds of messages in one cemetery alone.