It is well accepted that the universe is expanding at an increasing rate. Looking at the evidence, I certainly accept the universe is expanding as well, but is it expanding at an increasing rate? I also understand it as an expansion of fabric of space, no simply a trait of motion between galaxies, so correct me if I am wrong. My question is this, could the rate of expansion be constant? My reasoning is this: wouldn't the rate of expansion between two points be dependent on not only the rate of expansion of the universe, but also the distances between them, as the further they are from each other, the more space there is that is expanding between them. So even with a constant rate of expansion through the entire universe, it would appear to be faster the further you are away from that point. I guess it is a rather simple point, but I hadn't seen it mentions elsewhere.