Cosmic evolution. It's a joke just like biological evolution.
Let me give the readers a good idea as to why the status quo, hard-core cosmo-evo's have no credibility with us:
Quote: (From Sky and Telescope, no less)
Our own Milky Way is home to around 300 billion stars, but it’s not representative of galaxies in general. -
Then, on the same page and not even a half inch away they make this statement under a photo illustration of the Milky Way:
The band of the Milky Way across the night sky. Our Sun is only one of a 100 billion stars in our galaxy. - See more at:
But it gets worse:
Quote: " When we add the portion of the Milky Way that lies outside the sun’s orbit, we get approximately 200 billion stars."
The truth is that they don't know how many stars are in our galaxy nor any other galaxy. They are guessing. Proof:
"Billions and billions" of stars in a galaxy (after a quote often mistakenly attributed to Carl Sagan) is how many people imagine the number of stars you would find in one. Is there any way to know the answer for sure?
"It's a surprisingly difficult question to answer. You can't just sit around and count stars, generally, in a galaxy," said David Kornreich, an assistant professor at Ithaca College in New York State. He was the founder of the "Ask An Astronomer" service at Cornell University.
Even in the Andromeda Galaxy — which is bright, large and relatively close by Earth, at 2.3 million light-years away — only the largest stars and a few variable stars (notably Cepheid variables) are bright enough to shine in telescopes from that distance. A sun-size star would be too difficult for us to see. So astronomers estimate, using some of the techniques below.
What is an estimate? a guess. Definition: estimate - to guess or calculate the cost, size, value, etc. of something:(Cambridge).
Here's another example...
All galaxies are moving away from each other, and their light is shifted to the red end of the spectrum because this stretches out the light's wavelengths. This is called "redshift." In a rotating galaxy, however, there will be a portion that is more "blueshifted" because that portion is slightly moving toward Earth.
The word 'All' means 'everything' or ' the whole of
- The Andromeda Galaxy is moving toward our own Milky Way galaxy within the Local Group; thus, when observed from Earth, its light is undergoing a blueshift.
- Nearby stars such as Barnard's Star are moving toward us, resulting in a very small blueshift.(Wikipedia)
Quote: "There are in all about 100 known galaxies with blueshifts out of the billions of galaxies in the observable universe."
(From: Ask An Astronomer)
So much for 'All galaxies are moving away from us..." and even if we were young naive students who only wish to know the real facts about such matters we would be forced to take an 'eeny, meeny, miny, moe' set of choices as to which 'expert' is telling the truth.
I am continually finding such ridiculous and contradictory statements from evolutionists in both the cosmic and the biological realms of modern 'science'. Most of those who do adhere to Darwinism cannot be trusted in their final conclusions about things.