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    futuremad_org
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    PabloRena ---> AnalProbe
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    Re: Can you guess future of the universe? Yes - Here is the Heat Death of the Universe (Concise Version)


    "futuremad_org" <[email protected]> wrote in
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    > www.futuremad.org is built for
    > everyone who will share their opinions about future of the universe.
    > What does the world and the universe look like in the future.


    Well, I've read about the theory of the "Heat Death" of the universe which
    will happen in something like 10^100 years or so. That's a 1 with 100 zeros
    after it. The theory goes something like this:

    -Universe continues to expand.
    -Trillions of years later, all stars burn out, go supernova, or collapse
    into black holes.
    -More trillions of years and the supergiant black holes eventually
    collapse or cease to exist however black holes do that
    -A bunch more years and every element in the universe decays into iron,
    the universe now consists of a black space with cold lumps of iron floating
    around. Approaching maximum entropy.
    -One month later (just joking) the iron continues to decay and eventually
    all matter decays into photons and the universe is filled with lights, but
    nobody is there to see it because all matter is has decayed into photons
    (remember?).
    -The lights eventually fade and the universe completes its death by
    dissolving into inky, spaceless, timeless, matterless, nothingness.






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    clifto
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    Re: Can you guess future of the universe? Yes - Here is the Heat Death of the Universe (Concise Version)

    PabloRena ---> AnalProbe wrote:
    > -Universe continues to expand.
    > -Trillions of years later, all stars burn out, go supernova, or collapse
    > into black holes.
    > -More trillions of years and the supergiant black holes eventually
    > collapse or cease to exist however black holes do that
    > -A bunch more years and every element in the universe decays into iron,
    > the universe now consists of a black space with cold lumps of iron floating
    > around. Approaching maximum entropy.
    > -One month later (just joking) the iron continues to decay and eventually
    > all matter decays into photons and the universe is filled with lights, but
    > nobody is there to see it because all matter is has decayed into photons
    > (remember?).
    > -The lights eventually fade and the universe completes its death by
    > dissolving into inky, spaceless, timeless, matterless, nothingness.


    But boyoboy, will your light bill ever be low!

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