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18-04-2018, 03:24   #16
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18-04-2018, 04:33   #17
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Stars are like people. They are born, they live and they die.


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Our Sun will have a pretty bad result for us but not a Supernova at least as it does not have the size or mass. Stars are like people. They are born, they live and they die.

Ah old sunny still has a few billion years of hydrogen left to burn. I'll be well dead thankfully! (I hope anyway!!)
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Tarantula Nebula is a star nursery producing many super massive stars which will go on to create black holes which will devour us all.

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Carina Nebula nursing infant stars.

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I would say this is the epitome of awesome.
Did I say it wasn't?
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Do flat earthers think the Universe is flat as well?
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How could they after this?
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Did I say it wasn't?
You insinuated that the word doesn't apply with regard to the subject matter of the thread. It most definitely does apply.
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I like to think that with the heat death of the universe after all the stars burn out nothing will be left except the litany of blackholes which have grabbed all the matter they can over trillions of years. Trillions of years later, with no matter left to attract, these same blackholes will eventually come together to form an unimaginably enormous solitary black hole. The singularity at it's centre becoming literally the centre of the universe. Due to quantum fluctuations at it's event horizon, this remaining blackhole, which contains all of the matter the universe once contained will slowly reduce in size over another spate of a few trillion years. In time, it will just become a singularity where time itself stops. Who knows it might, after another trillion years this singularity, now the size of an atom, might just explode and go through the whole process again. And again. And again.........

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All of this has happened before, and it will all happen again.
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I like to think that with the heat death of the universe after all the stars burn out nothing will be left except the litany of blackholes which have grabbed all the matter they can over trillions of years. Trillions of years later, with no matter left to attract, these same blackholes will eventually come together to form an unimaginably enormous solitary black hole. The singularity at it's centre becoming literally the centre of the universe. Due to quantum fluctuations at it's event horizon, this remaining blackhole, which contains all of the matter the universe once contained will slowly reduce in size over another spate of a few trillion years. In time, it will just become a singularity where time itself stops. Who knows it might, after another trillion years this singularity, now the size of an atom, might just explode and go through the whole process again. And again. And again.........
If the universe is expanding than what is it expanding in to?
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Fascinating stuff!
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