So: Quasars are not ejected by galaxies, as Halton Arp proposed, sorry for Arp, see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=59BXLS_hx-U
Halton Arp found multiple Quasar pairs around Seyfert galaxies, (see NGC1097 below) which I interpret as the result of the combined GABHs of merger spiral galaxies.
In Q-FFF Theory, Dual Quasars are assumed to create galaxies (even stars) in between dual Quasar-BH ( the HOTSPOTS) also called Galaxy Anchor Black Holes ( GABHs) or smaller Herbig Haro- BH systems called Stellar Anchor BlackHoles (SABHs)..
This is a strong challenge/ denial for an accelerating universal expansion theory.
A second challenge is the vacuum absorption by multiple BHs throughout the whole universe.
The local Planck length elongation around each BH of the vacuum seems to be the origin of redshift influence during photon flight through the vacuum. Longer photon flight trip means more accumulated redshift and perhaps even universal contraction!
5x different black holes?
1: Interference black holes. local produced on stars and planets.
2: Super Nova black holes forming small Herbig Haro systems.
3: Big Bang splinter black holes forming dual Quasar/ Herbig Haro systems.
4: Giant merger BHs in the center of Galaxies.
5: Big Crunch/Big Bang black holes. merger of all central Galaxy BHs.
see also: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/316645034_The_Magic_of_Life-and_Matter_Creating_Self_Propelled_Electric_Dark_Matter_Black_Holes_Guided_by_a_Holographic_Entangled_Symmetric_Multiverse_System
(Triple Quasars) The first true triple quasar was found in 2007 by observations at the W. M. Keck Observatory Mauna Kea, Hawaii. LBQS 1429-008 (or QQQ J1432−0106) was first observed in 1989 and was found to be a double quasar; itself a rare occurrence. When astronomers discovered the third member, they confirmed that the sources were separate and not the result of gravitational lensing. This triple quasar has a red shift of z = 2.076, which is equivalent to 10.5 billion light years.