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Creating the Universe


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OrbitalResonance

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eventually this universe is gonna die (about 6-8billion years away),


Thats the sun. the universe has at least 30 billion years.

We make our world significant by the courage of our questions and the depth of our answers. - Carl Sagan


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Thats the sun. the universe has at least 30 billion years.

ah my bad, thanks for reminding me, i remember watching a ted talk on increasing entropy, Sean Carroll states that we'll be living in empty space after 10^10^120. But stars will die out at around 20-30 billion years.

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And new ones will be born, there will be few generations more. We still have plenty of time. After all Sun itself is not first generation of stars, Earth is made of dead stars' corpses.
"I walk alone and do no evil, having only a few wishes, just like an elephant in the forest."

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