No matter how fast the wave is moving, it is still dissipating into the space it is filling. No matter how far all these galaxies are actually away from us, the volume of stellar wind is the same. If everything is 1000 times closer than we think, the cross winds are 1000x stronger, either way, the most distant starlight is never going to survive the journey to our telescope lens. The scientists all assume we can only detect that which reaches us, what they fail to take in account is that the light has to make that journey. They never think about the journey... they assume the journey is accomplished because they assume the light hit the lens of the telescope, but when you stop to think about it, the journey is utterly impossible.