When astronomers viewed the Universe through the latest telescopes capable of "looking back" into time and seeing it as it evolved, they discovered that the Universe expanded faster than the speed of light. But nothing moves faster than light. They were quite puzzled. "For about 30 seconds after the Big Bang, The Universe expanded faster than the speed of light. Take the speed of light and place a massive explosion behind it and you've got the speed of light with 'a firecracker under it's ass' that pushes it to new limits. However, the speed of light accelerated will eventually slow down. And the equation GM=TC cubed explains this decrease."