Ed I just read another article describing DM as a superfluid too, and I wish you would take some more time to elaborate for novices with little or no math....
It's too bad you were met with opposition to your ideas instead of a sense of collaboration.
I feel that the inflation never stopped and being faster than light speed it may be superfluid plasma that our visible universe is expanding into. This being FTLS my also create time distortions that would be like us moving into our past, instead of the future, or that everything is cyclic as others have said(Cat.... and Penrose too).
You can't travel faster than the speed of light. No matter how fast you travel from point A to point B, during that travel you would measure the speed of light coming from all directions to you, if you could, as if you had never left off, and were never leaving, speed '0' (0-point) regarding the universe, its most distant horizons, and the constant of 'c'. The Universe would be continuously resetting you to '0'. Of course, in your observation of the universe outside of your vehicle, you would observe yourself to be time traveling, and thus space traveling at the same time. You would observe yourself to be fast forwarding in time ahead toward your destination, and in fast rewind in time behind you, for a net of '0' movement out of center regarding the distant collapsed horizon in every direction out from you, and including exactly the same horizon inside you, the distant collapsed Planck horizon. In other words, the horizon you are always centered in, which happens to also include 'c' as component horizon constant.
You can't catch, must less pass something that isn't there, doesn't exist, from the rear or from the side in the first place. A light-time-energy frame is a single-sided 2-dimensional frame. It only has one face, one side. Its stream, its space-time markers, only exists to one side, has only one single facing, always oncoming front. You as a self-propelling traveler under a constant of internal powering and acceleration in the universe, contracting that 4-dimensional bubble of space-time universe between real space and time point A and real space and time point B, are no particle in an closed systemic particle accelerator being driven, accelerated, by an external propelling force toward no where but the speed of light. You won't travel faster than a speed of light constant of 'c' that isn't there -- that is never there (that never exists) -- to be traveled faster than.
In navigating from real time (space) point A to real time (space) point B, you are dealing in point B as an oncoming history, a fast forwarding film of movie history, from the time you are at point A and all during your travel between A and B. Real time (space) point B, the reality of point B, is in a dark future as far as you concerned because you can't observe it due the slowness of the constant of the speed of light in crossing any distance of space. It makes for a geometric triangular relationship between two real points (one dark and unobservable) and one relative point (the observed point B). You, the traveler will close that triangle up to a merger of all three points upon arriving at point B. During which time of closing, you, the traveler, opened a triangular relationship with your departure point, point A. The relationship that had existed with point B, now exists with point A. Point A, to you at point B, is, in appearance, a history into which you have traveled. You maintained to exactitude your centered positioning '0-point' regarding the distant horizons (distantly 0-point in every direction out). Point A, and point B, did no such thing; point B shifting your way from the distant space -- and [[time]] -- horizon, and point A shifting toward the distant space -- and [[time]]-- horizon away from you. If you had traveled far enough from point A to point B, point A would have (observationally to you) traveled back in time far enough to disappear into that horizon, thus [[apparently]] disappearing into history past, the horizon point B would have evolved out of (from its embryonic youth) toward you as you advanced through universes and [[apparently]] times toward its 0-point reality.
We observe a negative (-) of time all around us in the universe going away from us increasing in that negative (-) toward the distant horizon in every direction. We travel that negative (-) positively (+) through and to every arrival at net '0'-point (real time, real space, destination). The traveler gains, and loses, local relativity (local 4-dimensionality) (local universes) all the way. Fast travel, very, very, fast travel is possible in the universe. Faster than light travel is not possible, since, again, the traveler isn't going to travel faster than what isn't there, what doesn't exist, what doesn't have any dimensional facing, to begin with to travel faster than.