Philosophically Wondering

If the universe is still expanding, is it expanding faster than the speed of light?

If time doesn’t exist at the speed of light, and light can’t leave the universe, how can the universe, which is expanding at the speed of light be 13 + billion years old?

Following the previous assertion on the Higgs field, couldn’t the universe be simultaneously collapsing and expanding at the same time?

I must break out the gonkculator!


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