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You must also come to terms with my hypothesis, that there are no dimensions. These are man derived for the purpose of measuring. We say 'space' & ‘time’, which gives the notion of a specific area and period.
At the point of the big bang, matter began to expand into this void, creating what we now call 'space'. It appears that all matter is moving away from us at a speed relative to its distance from us. But we could all still be travelling in the same general direction.
Sometimes I wonder if scientists over-complicate things and thus miss the obvious, because it is ‘just to easy’.
Well, if the universe started out as a point and then expanded to its present size, isn't the starting point now everywhere? 
I'd like to think of the cosmic background radiation as the "surface" of the point that banged.So everywhere we look, in any direction, we see the surface of the big bang...
But we see the surface from the inside. Like we would be inside a balloon, no?
You can't do this by thinking in 3 dimensions