If the entire Universe is a rotating vortex, with dark matter as the fluid (remember the ether or aether?), it would impose a rotational drag to galaxies, which would transfer some of its angular moment to stars and, down from there, to planets and moons.
In this hypothetical case, no BBT would be needed and the existance of red-shifting could be attributed to increasing clock-wise rotations of galaxies with distance, which would be perceived at distances greater than 40 Myl. Some galaxies would rotate in a counter clock-wise direction, as any law has random exceptions.
The next step, due to this perpetual chain of rotations caused by celestial bodies dragged by dark matter, would be go back 350 years back in time and redefine gravity with a new type of force, which is due to rotational behavior of matter.
This force would work along with centripetal forces to mimic the effect of Newton's gravitational forces in his theory.
It this ridiculous?
I mean, the entire Universe rotating and dragging along the dark matter fluid, which transfers its effects to every celestial body.
By the way, does anyone knows of ANY celestial body which is not rotating somehow? It can spinning of massive bodies and orbitals of smaller ones around the bigger ones (comets, asteroids, even small planets).
Too crazy to explain gravity?