This isn't too much of a question, but more of an open proposal. Now... to begin, I know that both you, reading this, and I can agree that our universe is expanding. The universe is expanding from every point within itself, there is no Defenitive reference point, this is a fact. So for an analogy - You are in total empty space, a complete void. You are traveling though the void, but you are ignorant to that (the speed doesn't matter). Now in the distance you see another astronaut traveling towards you. From his view he thinks your moving, but from your stand point you think that he moving towards you. Can any of you prove that who's moving? The answer is No. Because there's No point of reference in our universe This means that we can only tell that we "so call move" because we can track our distance from a body of mass or multiple masses. In Reality "we don't move in our universe" Is this phrase correct? I mean we should define movement as *"changing distance from one mass to another"*. We don't move in our universe, because we can't track ourselves (previous analogy) in it we need other bodies of mass to track our "so called movement" Can this conclude the idea that nothing in our universe moves according to the universe.