Redshift ideas have consequences
If you’ve never heard of or looked into the redshift of light from distant stars, or the cosmic microwave background radiation (aka CMB), and the amount of helium in the universe, don’t feel bad. Because it’s not exactly typical dinner conversation. But it’s all pretty important…since it all contradicts the big bang theory.
Redshift and the “Lithium Sunset”
I’m a big fan of Sting’s music. You remember him, right? The former lead singer of “The Police.” What?! You’ve never heard of them either? Well, take my word for it. They were a highly successful band from the 80’s. And Sting is still popular, and going strong, these days.
Sting wrote a song called “Lithium Sunset.” And it’s another one of his tunes of angst that uses educational sounding lyrics to convey an emotion. Trouble is…it sounds like more of his personal, confused reality. And that’s a shame. Because, like I said, I enjoy his music. Just not many of his messages. For example, here’s a stanza of lyrics from the song I mentioned…
Take this heartache
Of obsidian darkness
And fold my darkness
Into your yellow light
See what I mean?
Three references to darkness. Two instances of the word itself. And an obsidian added for oomph I suppose. By the way, obsidian is just a piece of volcanic rock that looks like black glass.
“OK, Tony. But what in the world does Sting’s song have to do with the whole redshift thingy?”
Well, only a little bit, actually. As in a little bit of lithium. Literally. According to big bang predictions, there should be loads of lithium in and around our galaxy. But there’s only a little. And lithium is only one of the elemental problems with the big bang theory. There are also serious discrepancies with helium, antimatter, CMB (mentioned above), and more.
But many of the big bang problems go away when scientists look at the complex design in the universe and approach it with a designer perspective. So much falls into place and makes sense. Trouble is…the whole designer idea means God might actually exist. And evolutionists, who have problems with absolutes, believe God absolutely cannot exist. To say He does makes ’em see red.
I hope they experience a redshift before they leave the planet for good.
Explain to me, you redshift rowdies,
The speeding starlight velocities,
And how quasars stick with galaxies
Contradicting big bang theories.
I’m sure, somehow, it makes sense to you.
But only because you want it to.
And your agenda is so see-through.
And most still buy your worldview voodoo.
Your thoughts will have a doppler effect.
Your understanding will be perfect.
If you can admit you’re incorrect,
You and your soul can still resurrect.
Grab some Merch
Or how about some music for kids