In another thread about a non expanding universe I cited a link to mainstream evidence regarding Hydrogen cloud separation data.
I was shocked to receive the comment from the moderator
Just why is it that on average, hydrogen clouds are evenly spaced even though the redshifts indicate expansion?
AND. Why is it that the region where the H1 clouds are, on average, evenly spaced, include quite a lot of the supernovae that are supposed to demonstrate time dilation.