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(It is not spatial expansion but Universe expansion...)
I can accept, to some extent, that the universe could continue to expand until matter is so sparse that gravity might cease to have any effect. But even here, I would think that there must be some bodies large enough to have influence over the remaining space dust.
Please correct the error in my thinking. If there is more redshift as we look through space, and we are looking farther into the past at the same time, doesn't that mean that the past space was moving more quickly than the current?