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In explaining an inflationary cosmological model that postulates a prime singularity (i.e. starting with a Big Bang) some tend to associate it with "dots on an inflating balloon". Doesn't this imply that the "dots" that are somewhat farther away from the origin should be separating faster than closer ones? And if so, wouldn't that lead to a non-uniform redshift effect in opposite directions perpendicular to the origin? And then there's the subject of initial velocity of objects of different mass - shouldn't this effect the propagation of matter in such a model, leading to a "lagging behind" of larger matter clusters due to higher inertia?