If you fall into a black hole, that what is closer to the singularity, will fall faster that than what is further. However, space before and after you, is falling in with you. So from each General Relativistic perspective of "you", because there would be no inertial frame to orient yourself (you could see), it would seem, like you are standing still, with all matter in your personal observable universe expanding in all directions, in an accelerating manner. What if this is already busy happening. What if the Hubble Horizon is just our personal event horizon, as seen from the "inside", and Dark Energy, is just due to extreme tidal effects? If this is true, the observed red shift due to apparent expansion wouldn't be 100% uniform in different directions (measured at fixed distances from earth). This is because of the inverse distance square law in Newton's Gravitational Force equation. Any thoughts?