We know that after the Big Bang, the universe was created along with other planets. But have you ever imagined that this vast and mysterious universe could one day die? Two astrophysicists researched it and found that it will probably turn out the way it was made.
In a study published on Wednesday, July 25, in the journal Physical Review D, scientists have claimed that they have already modeled the possible extinction scenario. They have proposed a kind of singularity, which is a place in space where the density of all things is getting finite and the concepts of space and time are losing their existence.
However, the researchers have mentioned that this is a kind of situation where the universe could end in another big bang, but on the other hand, they have also spoken of many scenarios under which such a singularity would not develop.
Even if you and your next generation do not have to worry about such devastation as any kind of possible death of the universe would come after 30 to 40 billion years, the model created by Sergey Odintsov and Vasilis Oikonomou becomes a scientist definitely help future research.
Imagine the end of the universe happening before, but as suggested in the study, life on earth would end long before this event. The researchers said that in such cases, nearly 60 million before the end of the universe, due to a singularity attraction, all existing things would become plasma as it approaches a single point of infinite matter density until and unless the plasma itself disappears ,
The authors of the recently published study claimed that it was also possible to observe the growth of the universe infinitely. But it can only happen if the singularity does not occur, and it also depends on the alternative theories of gravity, which "seek to overcome what many researchers see as two enormous problems with our understanding of the universe" (1
Harvard's recent researchers have claimed that the universe will explode before destabilizing the Higgs boson or "God particle" connected to a three-dimensional titular field in space that gives celestial bodies their mass. The study also suggested that supermassive black holes would probably lurk nearby to cause disruption in the Higgs field and in space-time.
Many people have heard of the "Big Crunch," which is a possible scenario of metric expansion of the universe, and it collapses again, causing a reformation of the universe, beginning with another big bang. The authors talked about the possibility of such a phenomenon in their study and emphasized that in this case the universe would implode into a singularity.
After the "Big Rip" and the shrinking universe that would destroy its existence by a "Big" Crunch, "the authors talked about the possibility of describing the third theory as" Big Freeze "or" Heat Death ".
According to the law of thermodynamics, the heat of the universe would be distributed, leaving no room for usable energy to form stars, in which case the death of old beginnings and the absence of new members will make the universe cold and lifeless.