Looking back 13.2 billion years into the universe (pictures)
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Among these are:
-UDFj-39546284, at a redshift of 10.3, is a candidate for the most distant galaxy yet discovered, though it is awaiting spectroscopic confirmation
-Supernova Primo, at a redshift of 1.55, the most distant type Ia supernova ever observed
-UDFy-38135539, at a redshift of 8.6, is the most distant galaxy to have had its distance independently corroborated with spectroscopy
-UDFy-33435698, at a redshift of 8.6
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Research shows the plausibility
You will have to make the effort as it will not be possible to explain it here. NOVA has had some good programs related to these subjects recently. You may still find the information and videos on the PBS site. It's a good place to start. There is also a plethora of information on the Internet.
My suggestion is stay with recognized and accredited sources of information, and not religious or ID related sources. That way you'll get the true picture of what the "other side" is saying so you can better understand their point of view. That is, if you want to form an objective opinion about it all....
Sure... OK... about that proof.
Although their job is not yet done, scientists can show you the details of their efforts and the evidence obtained to date. What, exactly can you show? A collection of unsubstantiated writings from a couple of thousand years ago? At least make the effort to obtain tangible proof, before you apply labels to the "non-believers".
"all sounds highly implausible"
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