There we go again, we assume that the Big Bang Theory is a fact and proceed to make conclusions.
Before we step in that direction, just hold your horses until the cows come home.
I wish that the Big Bang is correct. But! wishing is not very scientific.
Lets have a look at some deep field clusters
9 and 11 Gyrs
http://chandra.harvard.edu/press/05_rel ... 40805.html
6 to 8 Gyrs
The X-ray image of the quasar PKS 1127-145, a highly luminous source of X-rays and visible light about 10 billion light years from Earth, shows an enormous X-ray jet that extends at least a million light years from the quasar. The jet is likely due to the collision of a beam of high-energy electrons with microwave photons.
Reading Chandra you would think that the Big Bang is reality.
http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archiv ... 4/07/text/
The HUDF field contains an estimated 10,000 galaxies. In ground-based images, the patch of sky in which the galaxies reside (just one-tenth the diameter of the full Moon) is largely empty. Located in the constellation Fornax, the region is below the constellation Orion.
The NICMOS sees even farther than the ACS. The NICMOS reveals the farthest galaxies ever seen, because the expanding universe has stretched their light into the near-infrared portion of the spectrum. "The NICMOS provides important additional scientific content to cosmological studies in the HUDF," says Rodger Thompson of the University of Arizona and the NICMOS Principal Investigator. The ACS uncovered galaxies that existed 800 million years after the big bang (at a redshift of 7). But the NICMOS may have spotted galaxies that lived just 400 million years after the birth of the cosmos (at a redshift of 12). Thompson must confirm the NICMOS discovery with follow-up research.
Now for a galaxy to form in just 400 million years is quite an ask. For a cluster of galaxies is going to far with the question.
Compare this with the evolution of our solar system and its life expectency of about 10 to 12 Gyrs.
Something is wrong. Are we blind not to question?
Soon we will look into deep field over 14 Gyrs. What than?