Fred Hoyle — English Scientist born on June 24, 1915, died on August 20, 2001

Sir Fred Hoyle FRS was an English astronomer noted primarily for the theory of stellar nucleosynthesis and his often controversial stances on other scientific matters—in particular his rejection of the "Big Bang" theory, a term coined by him on BBC radio. While Hoyle was well-regarded for his works on nucleosynthesis and science popularization, his career was also noted for the controversial positions he held on a wide range of scientific issues, often in direct opposition to the prevailing theories supported by the majority of the scientific community... (wikipedia)

I don't see the logic of rejecting data just because they seem incredible.
The man who voyages strange seas must of necessity be a little unsure of himself. It is the man with the flashy air of knowing everything, who is always with it, that we should beware of.
Things are the way they are because they were the way they were.
Space isn't remote at all. It's only an hour's drive away if your car could go straight upwards.
There is a coherent plan in the universe, though I don't know what it's a plan for.