You think Hubble's deep field is seeing what happened 14 billion light years ago and not zooming into what is currently happening? With the trillions of suns in each galaxy why is there so much darkness within a galaxy let alone inbetween galaxies? If Hubble was stronger it would see farther. If (visible) light could travel 14 billion light years, you would be blinded by the trillions of suns in the trillions of galaxies all coming at you at once. And if light scatters outward in all directions then how do you see an object, that far away (as a whole). Sight and light travel are not the same. I don't believe a telescope is seeing into the past, I would say it zooms into seeing the limited distance light can travel from an object.