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The End of the Universe (or is it?)

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        Recently I watched an episode of Through the Wormhole: With Morgan Freeman.  It was talking about the big bang and the extreme end of the universe, at the end they were talking about humans recreating the big bang instead of dying out.  They talked to scientists studying small black holes and such, and theorized that theoretically humanity could recreate the.

 

         If you have read the very end of the timeline, you will know that ultimately it ends with everything drifting infinitely apart and breaking down to subatomic elements.  That doesn't sound like a fun far future.  The physicists that they talked to on the show said that theoretically its possible to create a big bang again.  Keep in mind that we have literally quadrillions of years to create this before collapse even begins, so if we survive and thrive there is no doubt we will have the tech.  Anyway, the problem with the theory is that the big bang would only last a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of a second before it goes into another universe through another universe through an infinitely small hole, all while having an explosion trillions of times stronger than anything we can create today.

 

        They went on to theorize how we could shrink to get through the hole fast enough. The point is, a quadrillion year old, AI-human(and maybe more species) civilization will most definitely be able to overcome these obstacles.

 

 

        If you really think about it, why limit us to one universe, we might have a potentially infinite amount of universes, and inter-universe and intra-universe travel.  Of course we would have to have mastered time travel at that point to make that type of travel possible.  And hey, maybe we'll find what's beyond the limit of space, past the point of infinity.

 

 

        I realize that this is all theoretical and a bunch of ifs, but that's kind of the point of this forum anyway isn't it.  I'd kind of like to see something like this added to the timeline.


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I don't see the need to worry about the end of the universe. Look at how far civilization has come in just a few thousand years and imagine how much progress can be made in the next few thousand, next few million, next few billion, next few trillion years. A billion years more than the amount of time it took to get from multicellular life to here. A billion years is to the age of our current civilization as the age of our current civilization is to 9 days. A trillion years is to the age of our current civilization as our current civilization is to 13 minutes. It is a hundred times longer than the existence of the universe.

 

Humans are bad at visualizing vast quantities, and that causes threads like this.

 

Look at how far we have come in a few thousand years. Long, long, long before the end of the universe we will either go extinct or transcend space and time to become interdimensional timeless gods. One of these will happen before a few million years is up, let alone a few trillion.


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I agree with evrything you wrote Rennerpetey. However the timeline can only judge the end of the universe based on the best that physics can come up with and he made sure he researched credible sources as best he could.

Life, is the greatest enigma in the universe and is totally underrated. There are probably other things out there that can upturn the physics applecart which attempts to predict all energy in the universe.

Swapping in a cool theory for the boring astrophysics best guess isn't much better. As we and other complex life could also annihilate ourselves before we get to things such as recreating the big bang.
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with A.I. it can think much faster and therefore invent and theorize how to fix things faster for us like entropy.


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interdimensional timeless gods

 

 

lol love this phrase


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Universe doesn't really end. It never will.

 

Only that entropy reaches its maximum. The sub-atomic particles and their even smaller constituents lose their ability to retain their bonds with each other and they get further and further apart, perpetually increasing the distance between them as the Universe continues to expand.

 

Remember, the Universe is already very "empty". It will just get a bit more empty.

 

This Universe will continue to exist forever in this manner.

 

 

 

 

 

At least, that's what the standard scientific dogma says.


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