While contemplating their discovery and their unusal position in space/time I began to compress my mind and this theory developed.
It is theorised by the team of discoverers that these nanny galaxies matured at an unbelievable speed, but as to how and why is an unsolved mystery.
However I believe it does make sense if the expansion of the universe is not uniform. Why would the biggest explosion of all time expand with perfect symmetry anyway? I realise no one said that, but its important to shake any pre-conceived notion of such a beautiful beginning from your own head to fully appreciate my theory.
Ok.. strap yourself in, hang onto your seat its a hell of a ride .....
So anyway my theory... please read on...
Think of the Big Bang as a superduper-massive hyper-volcano. Then multiply that again.
It was a prehistoric time so Im giving the Big Bang a Big Name...Giganticus Galacticus lol ... just for fun.
The most recent example of Giganticus Galacticus 'erupting' lead to our own familiar galaxy, all the while a lethal pyroclastic flow of radiation, overtook and choked the life from the nanny galaxies. We commonly call this 'radioactive ash-cloud' Cosmic Background Radiation and it very effectively veils our detection of what lies beyond, which is of course more galaxies, nice, fat, healthy, breathing ones.
Suprisingly this discovery draws attention back to to this theory i just found. http://www.theguardi...ation.universe.
If my idea is right and we search hard enough that means more and more of these nanny galaxies will appear to emerge, closer and closer to, and even within the Cosmic Background Radiation itself. Time will tell.
Of course if Im wrong and it turns out to be nothing but a slap in the face of physics I hope it is kind enough to turn the other cheek.
Anyway, if you are still there what do you think? or Do you have a theory of your own. Thanks for reading.
Edited by taniwha, 15 March 2014 - 04:20 AM.