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(1) canít be taken literally since itís necessary but not sufficient for that to be true. By this I mean that just because the distance between two objects is increasing it doesnít mean that the space is increasing.
So, are you saying that the expansion is not an expansion of the metric itself?
Quote from: Ethos_ lSo, are you saying that the expansion is not an expansion of the metric itself?I really donít understand what you mean when you say ďexpansion of the metric.Ē Can you explain what you mean by that, please?