This entire theory can be proven self evidently if an astronomical survey was taken. It can be expected the closer to the universal center, the higher the density of galaxies. I.e. in one direction galaxy density would be greater. Opposite and also the fact that in another direction, galaxy density would be lower. The age of the galaxies nearer to the universal center would be greater than the age of the galaxies farthest from the universal center. All taking for granted from earth only 15% of light reaches us, based on the estimate of dark matter versus matter being 85%. Now deductable is the fact that where the calculated estimate for dark matter vs. matter is greater, less light from the universe reaches it attributed to universal expansion.