The universe is wider than our views of it.
HENRY DAVID THOREAU
the scenario we live in — an expanding universe — changes everything. Instead of viewing space like a grid with objects strewn about it, we should be viewing it as a ball of leavening dough with raisins embedded in it. As time evolves, the fabric of space expands, just as the ball of dough rises. The raisins themselves, however, do not expand with the universe, but they do get farther apart from one another.