Sorry if I mess up some terms, im not a physics guru in any way. To my understanding, the universe inflates like a balloon being filled with air. So.. Q1) Which is correct to say, that everything is being pulled away from the each other at different speeds from 0 to C, the further away 2 objects are the faster they move apart, or is it that the space between everything is growing, and objects are stationary? Q2) If 2 opposite edges (assuming there is such a thing) of the universe are expanding at the speed C, then the distance across the universe grows at a rate of 2c, correct? Q3) Would an object at the 'center'(assuming there is such a thing) of the universe stand still while everything moves away from it?, and would an object half way between the center and an edge of the universe be moving at 1/2C away from the center, while the edge moves at 1/2C away from it? !--This would seem impossible, since the visible view of the universe from the object would reach 1/2 way across past the 'center' in one direction, where objects would be moving away from it at near C speed, while only moving away from objects near the universes edge on its side at 1/2C. If objects closer to the universes edges do move faster than would time dilation change anything? If the closer to the edge you are, the faster you are moving, then the slower your time would move due to dilation. since the slower time moves, the faster everything else moves, (since speed = distance / time). So then is the speed of light constant, and time variable? or the opposite?