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How can $\Omega_m<1$ indicate an infinitely expanding universe?

I studied that if $\Omega=\frac{\rho}{\rho_c}$, which is the sum of the three is greater than one, the universe eventually collapses, if exactly one, its flat and if less than 1, it keeps expanding. ...
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How can $\Omega_m<1$ indicate an infinitely expanding universe?

Dark Energy isn't a type of pushing anti-gravity. All matter and energy contribute to the curvature of spacetime and if there were "more" dark energy then the total density of the universe ...
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