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Published on Feb 18, 2008
If the red shift of quasars is a true measure of distance as the big bang claims then there is no reason why quasars should be seen very close in the sky to galaxies at much lower red shifts. However if the quasars are ejected by more nearby galaxies have some intrinsic red shift as Halton Arp has claimed, then there is every reason why they should be seen as associated in the sky. Tests have been done on this and the results are clear.