I cant post a link so just bing or google the topic. I have heard a little bit about this phenomenon and was wondering if anyone knows more about it or can give me a reference. If galaxies farther away from the milky-way are moving faster as they get more distant, then should galaxies behind our own move slower? Shouldnt the blue-shift show that the galaxies moving toward us travel slower as they are farther away? If it is like raisin bread baking and the raisins getting farther apart, then wouldnt matter and energy be more condensed as we perceive light on the blue-shift side and less dense where we see light on the red-shift side?