Oddly, though, Webb's analysis said the atoms had taken up the wrong kind of light. The wavelengths of light absorbed by magnesium and iron can be predicted using the equations of quantum electrodynamics, but the ones Webb recorded were different.
It's the evidence that counts, not our prejudices, even when that means overturning what we thought were fundamental ideas
When Webb and his team first claimed to have found evidence that the laws of physics are not fixed, they were rightly told to go away, check their results and come back with more supporting evidence. That they have now done. Yet too many physicists still dismiss the work out of hand. Musings that they are "probably wrong" or that there "must be a mistake somewhere" will get us nowhere.
"We're detecting galaxies we never expected to find, having a wide range of properties we never expected to see." Apparently, the early universe was already a wildly complex place. "It's becoming more and more clear that the young universe was a big zoo with animals of all sorts," continued Labbé. "There's as much variety in the early universe as we see around us today."
Well, Obviously I have NOT convinced you guys that there was NO "early Universe" at all to compare a=1/137 to...
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