Main Question or Discussion Point
We all accept that the universe is expanding and that expansion is accelerating. So what exactly are the speeds of those far off galaxies with respect to an earth observer. And if the universe is destined to continue this expansion forever, then wont the speeds of far off galaxies eventually violate Einsteins postulate that 'c' is the universal speed limit.. Hubble's law is linear and thus I would assume in a finite amount of time, mass will exceed the speed of light. How is this being handled with, or am I missing something?