Point number 2, the universe is 14billion years old but 28billion light years across. Since the supposed Big Bang occurred in the centre of the universe, then it makes perfect sense that the light and temperature are evenly distributed at all ends. I can't see the big head scratcher here.
Is the big head scratcher that the matter isn't moving away from the centre at the speed of light; Einstein says it can't and you couldn't see it if it was. This raises a problem if the universe is the defined as the extent of matter; there shouldn't be matter 14 billion light years away from its origin 14 billion years ago.
I don'y know though, I've only read the last few posts.
PS Wikipedia says the universe is all matter and energy, it's 93 billion light years in diameter but 14 billion light years old. So it seems light has moved faster than light or there's a number wrong. I've no idea how you work out the age of the universe.