If the universe is uniform no matter in what direction you look , then looking in two opposite directions, two observers, if each looks far enough will see the Universe at its earliest time -- The Big Bang. Therefore, the event of the Big Bang cannot be from a point singularity. It does not exist in any one (singular) direction, but can be observed in any direction you cast your gaze. Like the electron, then, the Big Bang must be "spread out" in an "orbit" around all that is. The concentration of matter around the time of the Big Bang "spread in all the furthest directions that you can see might be what causes the tug of matter toward it and away from any present observer. Couldn't it be that the universe is actually contracting outward toward the Big Bang instead of expanding as if away from a center?