The main evidence for the expansion of the universe is something called redshift. Redshift is the tendency for the light of far away objects to be composed of wavelengths at the red end of the spectrum.
The Expansion of the Universe
The expansion of the universe isn't a testable hypothesis so it's not scientific. The theory is accepted because it compliments the mainstream science narrative of godless existence (SciPop).
Math is the Language of Faith
The story of Babylon (Babel) shows us that having a universal language is dangerous. It gives us the power to do things which would be otherwise impossible. Guess what? Math is a universal language. Go figure.
The Hubble Constant
Sir Edwin Hubble was one of the first to suggest that the apparent red shift of stellar objects is caused by the doppler effect as the universe expands and the stars become further and further away.
Current popular science (SciPop) propaganda is that "faith is belief without evidence." However we all have the same evidence (Matty's razor) so the meme fails as a definition of faith.
Heliocentric vs. Geocentrospheric?
An overwhelming majority of people believe that we observe the Earth orbiting the sun but it’s not an observation, heliocentricity is theoretical. We observe the cosmos from Earth, which makes it Geocentrospheric.
The fact that Earth is at the center of the observable universe is empirical. The problem is, does anyone know what empirical means? Here are some definitions.
In Matty's Paradigm we believe that the universe is enclosed in a crystalline sphere called the firmament, so it can't be expanding. Obviously there's some other explanation for the apparent redshift of stellar objects.