Brent Allsop wrote:
> In the article it said:
> > "These results support each other, and point towards a model where
> > two-thirds of the energy in the Universe comes from the vacuum of
> > empty space, paradoxical though it may sound. The fate of the
> > Universe is to expand faster and faster, forever."
> So we are now expanding faster than he first few seconds of
> the big bang, and this speed has been increasing ever since and will
> forever increase? Wasn't the initial speed of the big bang very close
> to C (or maybe space expanding faster than C)? This is all so
Like a Bussard Ramjet, you can keep accelerating all the time and never reach C.
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