What if the universe is not expanding as we think, but rather is collapsing? If the universe was being sucked back into the singularity we think it came from, wouldn't all the other galaxies appear to be moving away from us? Those closer to the singularity would be moving towards it faster than us and we would be moving away from the galaxies further from it since we were closer than they to the singularity. The galaxies that were the same distance from the singularity as us would appear to be moving closer since we would both be getting funneled in at the same rate. Any thoughts?