What are the implications of Hubble's Law?
Hubble's Law indicates that the Universe had a beginning and the increasing rate of Hubble's Law indicates that the Universe will have an ending.
The implications of Hubble's Law is that the Material Universe is not eternal or self existent. The idea of a steady state universe was destroyed by Hubble's Law that the universe is expanding from a point of origin. Therefore the universe is not eternal or self existent.
The implications that the rate of expansion of the Universe is increasing is that the universe will not recycle or recreate itself. The idea long held was the matter was eternal because the universe would stop expanding and start contracting. This contraction would result in a new big bang starting the universe over again. The increase in rate of expansion of Hubble's Law makes this idea of an alternating expanding and contracting universe impossible.
The implications of Hubble's Law is that the universe is an open system that has a beginning and an ending. This implies that the matter is not eternal or self existent.