Let’s examine the Big Bang theory.
So, a central source tosses out all kinds of wacky looking stuff, it solidifies into planets, suns, comets, etc. But it all supposedly comes from a single source, right? Maybe not.
The universe is how old? The sources vary with a claim of age, and it does not matter.
Now, here is an interesting thought – if we can see SO many millions of light-years out, then that means the light we see “that far” is also “that old.” Which also means that the universe existed as we’re seeing it now, that many years ago. If we scan around, we can also see that the stuff does not appear to emanate from a central source. At least, I do not see a “central source” kind of movement in the pictures.
Which could also mean that the “central source” or “explosion” theory is false.
You decide what you want to believe, “Big Bang,” or big bust.