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If I remember correctly from reading biographies on Hubble, he did not support expansion or a static universe. He just observed what appeared to be a redshift with galaxies' increasing distance.

It was people before and after him that used his observation (and name) to claim their own ideas of an expanding universe. All the Hubble constant says is that galaxies can have their distances determined by their redshift.

It does NOT say the universe is expanding.

Unfortunately it is used to claim the universe is expanding, because they say the redshift can only be caused by recession (the galaxies actually moving away), when in fact it is most likely caused by Compton scattering.

The big bang creationists hijacked an observation and selectively interpreted it to mean what they wanted it to mean.

We clearly live in a giant mostly static universe as well, because galaxies are also observed to interact and run into each other. How is that possible if they are suppose to be all moving away from each other? It is a clear contradiction. Which is also why Halton Arp made an entire catalogue of interacting galaxies. It was him showing that galaxies are not all moving away from each other, they are interacting.



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