In fact, the universe never ends.
But the fact that the universe does not end will not be the same as our desire.
Astronomers predict that the final destiny of our universe will be called the Big Freeze or Big Chill.
When the day comes when all the heat and energy is evenly distributed over the incomprehensible vast distances of the universe, the final temperature of the universe will be zero.
Expansion at the behest of the Big Bang
About 13.8 billion years ago, our universe was born on the Big Bang and later expanded.
Studies over the past few decades have shown that this expansion is finally coming to an end.
It was suggested by astronomers that the measurements were sufficient to track the origin of the universe, which was called the Big Crunch.
In this case, the universe will collapse into something extremely dense.
This could be another Big Bang.
In 1998, two separate teams of astronomers announced that they were trying to measure the eruption of stars in the distant universe.
They found that the same brightness of some stars faded and went farther than expected.
It is as if some mysterious force were pulling the universe apart.
Dark energy is thought to cover about 69% of the mass of the universe, while the rest is roughly 26%.
Ordinary objects, such as humans, Planets The stars and what we can see make up only about 5% of the universe.
Decomposition of the universe
Decades of research have shown that all signs are now heading in the opposite direction, pointing to the end of loneliness.
The scientific term for this fate is “heat death”. But those things will soon be gone.
“In just a few trillion years from now, the universe will expand so much that galaxies can no longer be seen in the distance.
It would be 100 trillion years from now that all star formation would cease and our universe would begin to form and end the soon-to-be-completed Stelliferous Era.
Later, galaxies called the Degenerate Era will disappear.
The remnants of the star will also collapse, leaving all the rest trapped in a black hole.
In fact Black holes, as we know them, will be the last remaining guardians of the universe.
Stephen Hawking predicted that black holes would slowly evaporate by releasing their particles into the universe.
First of all, Smaller solar pits will disappear.
Nothing will be normal in the last “dark age” of this universe. It will last longer than anything that has happened before.
And the second law of thermodynamics states that in this time frame, all energy will eventually be evenly distributed.
Eventually, the universe will settle above the literal coldest potential.
We do not need to worry because the future looks dark and miserable, and the earth will be destroyed before then.
In fact, at this trill of trillions of years, It’s certainly interesting whether the existence of our entire species is limited.