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    Quote Originally Posted by VidyaVince
    Damn, The Lounge forum is pretty deep.
    No thats just the topics that require some kind of intelgance


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkprinny
    It whould be nice to see what happens at the end
    But with galaxys getin futher away looks like we will have to develop some fast way to get there
    But if theres a black hole in the middle of every gallaxy slowly suckin (huh huh I said suckin) every thing towards it some time the the very distant fucher wont all the gallaxy just be a vast eptmyness
    Oh great
    That means if we dont all kill each other first will there be humans (or what ever wii evolve into) left
    Will there be a restrunt at the end of the universe ?
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    Well there black holes at the centre of every galaxy, but they don't suck in everything, only things that go near them. In fact its possible they actually shrink over time by Hawking (master of the universe LOL) radiation. Unfortunately after a very long time the Universe runs out useful energy (as mentioned above) anyway.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Napalmbrain
    Well there black holes at the centre of every galaxy, but they don't suck in everything, only things that go near them. In fact its possible they actually shrink over time by Hawking (master of the universe LOL) radiation. Unfortunately after a very long time the Universe runs out useful energy (as mentioned above) anyway.
    Ours is spinin into one as we speak

    [For the dim]
    Dont worry it wont be a problem for a few thousand life times
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    And those rouge ones might get us before that


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    I heard in AS level physics (which was years ago), that neutrinos are emitted from black holes... (at least some kind of particle anyway).

    But back to the topic at hand. I personally believe that we will inevitably loop, both space and time. It's the only way the universe makes sense to me.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkprinny
    Ours is spinin into one as we speak

    [For the dim]
    Dont worry it wont be a problem for a few thousand life times
    [/For the dim]

    And those rouge ones might get us before that
    Yeah, it will be a long time till that happens, but I feel sorry for those who will be alive when the time comes... if they survive the upcoming climate change.

    The universe as infinite?.. no, I say they use that term as a way of saying the universe will never stop expanding until it eventually dies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squall7
    I heard in AS level physics (which was years ago), that neutrinos are emitted from black holes... (at least some kind of particle anyway).
    Yes, that's the Hawking radiation I mentioned.

    But back to the topic at hand. I personally believe that we will inevitably loop, both space and time. It's the only way the universe makes sense to me.
    Why does it have to be a loop?



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    Well yes black holes do spew out matter
    A hole smaller than that >. cant put it everyware

    The only way of tellin if the unverse is a loop is to send two probes off in diffrent dircetions and if they come back its knida proof that it dose

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    Quote Originally Posted by Napalmbrain
    Why does it have to be a loop?
    I'm a little confused on that as well.. The universe would literally have to be infinite in time or basically truly immortal, to keep looping the lifespan of all life inside it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Napalmbrain
    Yes, that's the Hawking radiation I mentioned.
    Yay! I remembered something from Physics.

    Why does it have to be a loop?
    It explains how the universe could have it's laws of conservation in tact without the need for a beginning or an end.

    Of course, that's on the basis that the laws of physics are a constant anyway.

    I always liked the speculation and theories behind physics, but could never really get my head around most of the actual facts. Apart from the basics (like Newtons laws)...

    Quote Originally Posted by Gikoku
    I'm a little confused on that as well.. The universe would literally have to be infinite in time or basically truly immortal, to keep looping the lifespan of all life inside it.
    Lifespan? Energy cannot be created nor destroyed, only converted. With this in mind, the energy of the universe is at a constant. In essence, it doesn't have a "lifespan" per se. The nearest thing we could refer to as a "lifespan" is the point where everything radically changes (such as the big crunch theory). Even then, it's more refering to our state of being rather than an actual "lifespan".

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkprinny
    The only way of tellin if the unverse is a loop is to send two probes off in diffrent dircetions and if they come back its knida proof that it dose
    Actually, that wouldn't prove it. Based on the concept of space being bent by gravitational fields, it's perfectly plausable that a probe would eventually bend back on itself from the gravitational pull of the nearest masses in space.

    Makes me think of the reason the MIA spacestation had to come down - they didn't count on the infintecimal resistance and therefore decelloration through space dust and random particles in space. If only they had fitted boosters...
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