The James Webb Space Telescope finds a jeweled ring in the cosmos

One half the speed of light is peanuts. In the old outer reaches whole galaxies are traveling at multiple speeds of light........due to space expansion. Superluminal velocities are common in every direction. All around the universe.

But we've never seen any of this locally in our galaxy or neighboring galaxies. Only the very far ones. And they are all moving away from us like we were infected. It's quite a ponderment.

Maybe that's why we haven't had any visitors. The current of space is too strong.

We are the Antarctic of the universe. And no one can return.
 
Imagine the galaxies going east at 20 times c(pure guess) and galaxies to the west going at 20 times c. That's pretty quick between them. The same with the north and south.

AT those velocities......imagine how fast the area, and then the volume, is multiplying. That volume is between us and them. Not behind us.

This is big doings. That's amazing. It's an amazing growth rate. An ongoing creation of some sort. A creation of distance, not mass.

What size would result from such a 13 billion yr. expansion? It's a whopper.

If long reaching gravity is due to mass density, this universe is losing density at a very high rate.
 
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One half the speed of light is peanuts. In the old outer reaches whole galaxies are traveling at multiple speeds of light........due to space expansion. Superluminal velocities are common in every direction. All around the universe.

But we've never seen any of this locally in our galaxy or neighboring galaxies. Only the very far ones. And they are all moving away from us like we were infected. It's quite a ponderment.

Maybe that's why we haven't had any visitors. The current of space is too strong.

We are the Antarctic of the universe. And no one can return.
I have heard this before in many science articles, but since the idea of it defies the laws of the Standard Model, I won't believe it's true. Light cannot go faster than the speed of light. And the same is true to me for the expansion of the BB. There is something off with the science measurements.
And in your second comment where you talk about 20 times the speed of light this way and that, scientists have determined the expansion at these great distances was only 2-3 times the speed of light.