All very plausible
Why must all scientific theories agree with previous scientific theories? Making a two-degree mistake at the start of a million-mile journey can lead to catastrophic navigational error. If the mistake is one of 90 degrees, the conclusions are exactly and precisely wrong. Trying to agree with previously erroneous theory can only lead to further error.
Can somebody please make a brand new theory of the universe? The old one is getting, well, old.
And it's not like anyone around now was watching when it happened. Be creative. It's not like anyone can prove you wrong!
Sir Ernest Rutherford said, "All science is either physics or stamp collecting."
I think we're firmly in the "stamp collecting" domain, here.