We got some questions like: how did our matter get here ahead of the ancient light that is just now catching up? How can matter move faster than light? In normal expansion cosmology there is a uniform pattern of expanding distances. When distances expand uniformly nobody gets anywhere. There isn't any thing or place you are approaching or getting closer to. You are not going in any direction. So it is not ordinary motion that a speed limit could apply to---it is a change in geometry. Motion has to have a direction. Watch the toy model: Google "wright balloon model" or go to http://www.astro.ucla.edu/~wright/Balloon2.html The galaxies are the white whirlers, basically they are all sitting still and all getting farther apart from each other. On the other hand, you can watch the photons of light moving. They actually change their longitude latitude position. Each of the photons has a definite direction it is going. You will not see any galaxy move in any direction and certainly not move faster than a photon! Of course you will see distances increase faster than the speed of light. Just watch carefully. The photons all move the same constant speed and the larger distances on the balloon surface grow faster than that. So you should be shot for asking "how does matter move faster than light?" Obviously it doesn't! For Anaximander's sweet sake, grow up! You people who ask questions like that.