The nice thing about science is that it constantly changes, so even if you thought you knew a thing, wait a few years and you find you were wrong. For example, this week I was reading up on serial killer Richard Speck, as you do, and found that they have debunked the theory that men born with an extra Y chromosome are more inclined to be criminals. That was canon to me. Many's the time I have looked at a sketchy man and thought, "There's an extra chromosome in there."
Richard Speck's chromosome led me to cat genetics, and I am probably the last of you to discover that tortoiseshell and calico cats are almost always female.
The first photos from the Webb telescope came out last week and that science confused me. I don't know much about the Big Bang, aside from the Barenaked Ladies song ("It's expanding ever outward but one day / It will pause and start to go the other way"). Somehow, I think if there was an explosion the oldest star should be on the edge of the expanding universe and those stars would be increasingly far apart, but the first photo from the new telescope shows the oldest spot as a place with a lot of galaxies crammed together. A bang suggests to me there would just be a hole filled with debris in the center. Was it a bang or a burp? Seems like it should be the Big Burp Theory.
I predict we wait a few years and then Wikipedia will tell me I am right: we had it backwards.