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Why is FTL travel impossible if the universe expands FTL?

The expansion of the universe is not associated with any faster-than-light motion. We sometimes speak of faster-than-light recession rates (for example, in the context of Hubble's law), but these ...
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Why is FTL travel impossible if the universe expands FTL?

In basic understanding the Universe is not an "Object" by which travels, its' the medium by which Objects Move. The subsequent "speed limit" does not apply to the expansion of ...
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Beginning of a dark energy (cosmological constant) dominated universe

You have correctly observed that an eternally dark energy dominated universe has no beginning. Another way to see this is to realize that a dark energy dominated universe is a static universe. Its ...
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