How Do We Know When the Sun Will Die?

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  2. okiedokie

    okiedokie Road Train Member

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    Our little corner in a Galaxy, but the Universe will go dark in 10 trillion years. So no worries.
     
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    I saw that show the other night. fascinating
     
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    The "End Of The Universe" program is mind bending..and "The Restaurant At The End Of The Universe" should then be expanding.

    I also like the "Multi-Verse" idea.
    WHY should there only be One Universe?
    How can any Entity be constrained by a philosophical comprehension of a Singularity?
    What's beyond the "Event Horizon" of a Black Hole?

    "So Long And Thanks For All The Fish"!!
     
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    Won’t effect humans anyway. We are overcrowded now and nobody can get along politically. The more crowded we get the more tempers start boiling. We will have unrest and big wars and be done within 200 years. And that’s being very generous with the time frame
     
  6. Pamela1990

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    Nobody on this forum need worry, you'll be dead before then.
     
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  7. okiedokie

    okiedokie Road Train Member

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    Between over population, toxic waste, Climate cycles and mankind stupidity it's not looking to good. Kind of like we #### the bed.
     
  8. Val_Caldera

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    One small nearly insignificant Planet in a small nearly invisible Star Cluster/Galaxy called, by Humans, The Milky Way.

    The Milky Way was theoretically formed over 5, 000, 000, 000 of our "Years" ago and has been determined to stay the course for another 5 Billion, with the Sun star until the Sun goes Supernova after Imploding.
    Everything ends yet We Humans have not learned (if we ever shall) the extent (size) of this Universe to determine with our finite resources, an actual "End" of "Time".
    We only briefly know a wee bit of our surrounding Planets, yet will not comprehend the Cosmos beyond our "reach" into the Stars.

    Astronomical Unit: Distance from Earth to Sun.

    The closest Black Hole is roughly 9 Million Light Years (??) or near The Saggitarius Star Cluster, so it's not a threat.
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    Formerly a Long/Short Haul Trucker, meandering about in the sparkling cosmos of my Brain cup.

    "Happy Trails To You....Until We Meet In The Next Dimension."
     
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    It's impossible to know how large the Cosmos is since the fastest know measurement is the speed of light. 186,000 mi/sec. Objects that are seen from Earth are not even in existence anymore. Yet the light is still traveling through space. In other words we can only see as far as light allows us too. Our Planets life cycle is a minuscule measurement of the Cosmos. Yet the World revolves around us and our daily life.
     
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    And the earth will be here long after we are gone. Climate change or not.
     
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