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I see your point Chiral but remember; the universe isn't a "giant 3 dimensional room", as Einstein discovered. It exists in ways that the senses and instinct don't easily comprehend. What if the redshifting is due to us doing the moving instead of light? My theory isn't postulating that light is accelerating with the expanding universe - I'm theorizing that light is genuinely stationary and the universe is expanding and accelerating away from it, giving us the illusion that it's light that is doing the moving when in my theorized reality, it's us who are doing the moving instead.
Could it be possible that the universe is expanding at 186,000 miles per second, making for light's "speed limit" and light being the only truly stationary stuff in our universe? What if it's not light that's doing the moving; it's us (and the universe) that's expanding away from it? Matt Malley, Thousand Oaks, CA