So as I've mentioned here before, the Big Bang Theory is just that. A theory. It seems mighty convenient and never seems to address the basic problem of how all the matter became so densely compacted in the first place . . . a black hole? . . . but even beyond that, where did the matter come from in the first place? If all fine and dandy to say we are an expanding universe and thing started at point A. It was all jammed in one moment in time, then it exploded and sent matter out.
Sure. That could have happened. But where did the matter come from and how did it get there.
Its like the asteroid theory and the dinosaurs. It just seems to convenient for the evidence we have on hand. It seems as if something is missing. A bigger picture.
Here's some physicist that question it. They return to the idea of an ever flowing river. It too has the same philosophical problems. IFLScience.
Is it contained like Einstein believed? A fixed constant. A river like Hoyle believed. Or expanding as the modern theorists believe?
Hard to say. Maybe these stars know something we don't know.
From the Hubble Telescope.