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    Default National Geographic's Prediction -- The Universe Will Die a Black Death



    Radium wrote:

    Another thing to note, as Brian mentioned in response to your other
    thread, is that those predictions only apply to the observable portion
    of the known universe. That stretches back in time to just before the
    Big Bang and out to an observable sphere approximately 4.5 gigaparsecs
    in distance-then. Metaphysically, it is possible there is more beyond
    the range of your observable universe which we may learn of in the
    future. - Canopus56


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    Default National Geographic's Prediction -- The Universe Will Die a BlackDeath

    John Popelish wrote:

    Nor any human or descendant, biological or otherwise, that will ever
    exist. My understanding is "The Big Rip' wil occur in 1000s of
    trillions of years. That's quite a while from now. ;-)

    Shawn

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    Default National Geographic's Prediction -- The Universe Will Die a Black Death


    Radium wrote:


    Don't be scared.

    This grimm conclusion is totally based on General Relativity (GR) that
    it has no other explanations to the observed behavior of Type Ia
    Supernova explorsionsin the 1 to 5 billion light years out. GR is
    built on a boat load of postulates that most of them are just purely
    wrong, absurd, and illogical. If anyone desires, I can point them out
    one by one. GR is a theory based on observations, and yet it does not
    address this issue where all observations are interpreted to be
    reality. The fault lies in the assumption that mass somehow
    miraculously causes a curvature in spacetime as well as the faulty
    trait carryed over from Special Relativity which is worth another
    chapter of discussions.

    In the meantime, please don't hold your breath to anticipate the
    outcome of our universe. It is still not conclusive with all the
    faulty hypotheses we have so far.


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    Default National Geographic's Prediction -- The Universe Will Die a Black Death


    "Radium" <glucegen1@excite.com> wrote in message
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    yup..it's all rewee unboweevabo!



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    Default National Geographic's Prediction -- The Universe Will Die a Black Death


    Radium wrote:

    How long are you planning to live?


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    Default National Geographic's Prediction -- The Universe Will Die a Black Death


    Richard Adams wrote:



    As long as science permits. Everyone ages differently.


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    Default National Geographic's Prediction -- The Universe Will Die a BlackDeath



    Radium wrote:


    Hmmmm. - its on my calendar.



 

 
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