Will the universe end?
- PearlLv 71 month ago
only god knows, ask him
- JeancommunicatesLv 71 month ago
The Bible says "world without end." It may end as we know it, but God can renew all things at anytime. Did you see the 4th of July Airshow tonight by the President from the White House? It was the most spectacular showing of our flying planes and helicopters fully described by a young man who gave us their names and for what they were used. The President's speech was great. Our President showed great love for this nation and the American people. He gave us great optimism for the future.
All of our young men should see themselves in the eyes of our President.
He proclaims you confident, bold, brave and he knows you will do great things because you are Americans.
- Pirate AM™Lv 71 month ago
All the evidence in science suggests not, however, everything suggest that it will continually expand so that long before our sun dies, the other galaxies in the universe will not be visible.
- UserLv 71 month ago
At least one well-accepted scientific theory proposes that the Universe will end
we don't know enough
to be sure that theory is correct.
The correct answer is: we don't know, but that does seem likely based on the very limited information that we have available.
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- 1 month ago
Yes. Everything that has beginning must have an end.
- Jim VLv 71 month ago
Yes, physics demands ends in a few ways.
The universe is expanding and cooling.
The suns are burning through the lighter elements (primarily hydrogen) and will ALL eventually die. The universe will become dead and ever colder - a functional end.
If protons do decay then far, far in the future there will be nothing but radiation ... and then nothing but empty space.
Yes, the universe is temporal.
- HindusufiLv 71 month ago
The universe is expanding and the expansion is speeding up. In enough time it will consist only of subatomic particles moving away from each other at a faster and faster pace. That idea is called the heat death of the universe. Another idea is called the big rip, which you can look up.
- Aster RhoidsLv 71 month ago
Nothing lasts forever. The sun will eventually die.
- Anonymous1 month ago
not for a couple of weeks .............................