Moving toward infinite is not infinite.<quoted text>
Because the distance is infinite the speed becomes infinite, I just gave you the start of a series of expansion rates that moves to infinite moron.
But that besides the point that it became infinite beyond the 14.3 gigaparsecs distance, which at that point nothing will ever interact with anything here, nor anything from here ever interact with anything there you retard yard ape..
"the distance is infinite"
What is the largest finite before it becomes infinite?
When you add to that finite, you get a larger finite.
"the speed becomes infinite"
What is the highest finite speed before it becomes infinite?
What happens if you add to that? It remains finite.
"it became infinite beyond the 14.3 gigaparsecs distance"
So 14.4 gigaparsecs is infinite.
Great work. 14.3 is finite, but 14.4 is infinite.
You invented yet another way to lose the argument.
Can't wait to see your next new failed invention.
But I salute you on your willingness to lie - getting out of your infinite distance problem by inventing "infinite speed".
You are a determined liar.