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          I agree the time has a beginning,  Science and religion also agree that, at some point, time will effectively end. Religion speaks about what comes after time, science speaks of how we arrive at the end.

          Heat Death refers to the fact that eventually, the chemical reactions that drive organic life and sustain stars will run out of base components. Likewise, as the universe expands ad infinitum, even gravitational forces between distant objects will become negligible, leaving no meaningful source of energy in the universe, with one last ‘whimper’.

Alternatively, the theory has been debated whether the universe will actually expand ad infinitum, or whether, as some point, we might find ourselves in a collapsing universe. If that happened, it would only be a matter of time before the Big Bang reversed itself, as all material existence is swallowed in a super-massive black hole. If that happens, then time not only ends with a bang but it might restart as well.

I haven’t kept up with theoretical astrophysics lately, but if I recall correctly, the scientific consensus is that there is no evidence that the expansion of the universe will reverse itself

But nobody knows why should be wrong, but nobody knows exactly why time should come to an end either. To me, these things are on equal footing. Someone said “Reality is only in the present. The past is just a memory, the future is just an imagination, they both appear only in the mind. The passage of time is just an apparent phenomenon. So, this is a bit like asking how many corners does a circle have?

whether it will have an end – if the universe started via a singularity, then we know it had to have had a beginning. If it will end in the same way it will have an end too…however at the moment, it appears as if we will suffer a heat death in the end, so time will continue with no one to experience it.

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          Heat Death refers to the fact that eventually, the chemical reactions that drive organic life and sustain stars will run out of base components. Likewise, as the universe expands ad infinitum, even gravitational forces between distant objects will become negligible, leaving no meaningful source of energy in the universe, with one last ‘whimper’.

Alternatively, the theory has been debated whether the universe  will actually expand ad infinitum, or whether, as some point, we might find ourselves in a collapsing universe. If that happened, it would only be a matter of time before the Big Bang reversed itself, as all material existence is swallowed in a super-massive black hole. If that happens, then time not only ends with a bang, but it might restart as well.

I haven’t kept up with theoretical astrophysics lately, but if I recall correctly, the scientific consensus is that there is no evidence that the expansion of the universe will reverse itself

But nobody knows why should be wrong, but nobody knows exactly why time should come to an end either. To me, these things are on equal footing. Someone said “Reality is only in the present. The past is just a memory, the future is just an imagination, they both appear only in the mind. The passage of time is just an apparent phenomena. So, this is a bit like asking how many corners does a circle have?

whether it will have an end – if the universe started via a singularity, then we know it had to have had a beginning. If it will end in the same way it will have an end too…however at the moment it appears as if we’ll suffer a heat death in the end, so time will continue with no one to experience it.

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Heat Death refers to the fact that eventually, the chemical reactions that drive organic life and sustain stars will run out of base components. Likewise, as the universe expands ad infinitum, even gravitational forces between distant objects will become negligible, leaving no meaningful source of energy in the universe, with one last ‘whimper’.

Alternatively, the theory has been debated whether the universe  will actually expand ad infinitum, or whether, as some point, we might find ourselves in a collapsing universe. If that happened, it would only be a matter of time before the Big Bang reversed itself, as all material existence is swallowed in a super-massive black hole. If that happens, then time not only ends with a bang, but it might restart as well.

I haven’t kept up with theoretical astrophysics lately, but if I recall correctly, the scientific consensus is that there is no evidence that the expansion of the universe will reverse itself

But nobody knows why should be wrong, but nobody knows exactly why time should come to an end either. To me, these things are on equal footing. Someone said “Reality is only in the present. The past is just a memory, the future is just an imagination, they both appear only in the mind. The passage of time is just an apparent phenomena. So, this is a bit like asking how many corners does a circle have?

whether it will have an end – if the universe started via a singularity, then we know it had to have had a beginning. If it will end in the same way it will have an end too…however at the moment it appears as if we’ll suffer a heat death in the end, so time will continue with no one to experience it.

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Heat Death refers to the fact that eventually, the chemical reactions that drive organic life and sustain stars will run out of base components. Likewise, as the universe expands ad infinitum, even gravitational forces between distant objects will become negligible, leaving no meaningful source of energy in the universe, with one last ‘whimper’.

Alternatively, the theory has been debated whether the universe  will actually expand ad infinitum, or whether, as some point, we might find ourselves in a collapsing universe. If that happened, it would only be a matter of time before the Big Bang reversed itself, as all material existence is swallowed in a super-massive black hole. If that happens, then time not only ends with a bang, but it might restart as well.

I haven’t kept up with theoretical astrophysics lately, but if I recall correctly, the scientific consensus is that there is no evidence that the expansion of the universe will reverse itself

Someone said “Reality is only in the present. The past is just a memory, the future is just an imagination, they both appear only in the mind. The passage of time is just an apparent phenomena. So, this is a bit like asking how many corners does a circle have?