I asked this question yesterday but in terms of special relativity.
If the universe is expanding faster than light than that would seem to contradict special relativity.
Nevertheless, everyone said I was wrong. It is not expanding faster than light.
All my sources state it is though and they are pretty credible sources.
So what gives? Are scientists putting out false information?
"the universe does expand faster than the speed of light, and, perhaps more surprisingly, some of the galaxies we can see right now are currently moving away from us faster than the speed of light!" https://bit.ly/1QU31fa
"While astrophysicists know little about it, they often use "dark energy" as shorthand for the cause of this expansion." https://bit.ly/2FX2Ssz
"So what’s causing this expansion? Currently, we believe it’s mostly momentum left over from the Big Bang, and the force of dark energy will be accelerating this expansion." https://bit.ly/2G3QQyR
"As dark energy causes the universe to expand ever-faster, it may spur some very distant galaxies to apparently move faster than the speed of light." https://bit.ly/2UjsZ78