Our Earth consists of billions, yet trillions of things. From species to man-made objects, the numbers are absolutely endless. Our solar system is far larger than what we see here on Earth. There are so many factors that are so unexplanable. The possibilities are endless. Our entire universe, on the other hand makes our solar system, yet alone us, a single bacteria cell belonging to this earth. The number of stars, galaxies, and other planets far larger than our solar system combine are in the numbers that are greater than what you would think. It gets to a point where there is too much that it becomes, scary. Theoretically, our universe is still expanding, creating more factors like planets and stars. But it all will come to an end.
Our universe, is actually limited from maintaining itself. Scientists have come up with this theory called “Great Glaciation,” which is a time in life where everything will come to an end. In the far future, of ten to the power of one hundred years, the dark era of the universe will emerge. This is the point where Earth most likely doesn’t exist anymore, as well as everything we predicted from our milky way colliding with the Andromeda, another galaxy like ours. At the point of the dark era, all energy will start decaying. The last black hole evaporates, along with every single star and planet resulting in total darkness.
What’s lonely is, our universe hasn’t stopped from expanding. Nothing causes it to stop at this time, and from then on, she will be creating space faster and faster until forever. From here on out, the universe contains only photons, electrons, neutrinos, and positrons that have no way of reacting with each other. As a result, everything ends up in total darkness and there is no other method into recreating life every again.
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