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In the future, will we really not be able to see enough to gather any data?
First, this theory is amazing and I buy it. However, I have a question on the part on how universes in the future will be travelling faster than the speed of light, which is the fastest speed, to a point that we won't be able to collect any data. Well, if the speed of light is the fastest speed that anything can travel at, will the universes really accelerate to a point that their velocity is faster than the speed of light? If they will eventually reach a velocity faster than the speed of light, doesn't that mean that the speed of light is not the fastest speed anything can travel at? Thus, wouldn't we be able to develop to a point so that we can travel fast enough to travel to other universes and actually collect data rather than trying to collect data through light?