How Will The Universe End?

Almost all of us wonder about the end of the universe. We even wonder if this universe is the first universe, whether there are other universes, how the universe begins, and whether the universe can suddenly disappear. After reading this article, your curiosity will not be diminish. On the contrary, you will be more curious.

We will look at the possibilities of the end of the universe in three different theories below.

Big Freeze

One of the chances that many researchers have not completely rejected is the big freezing. According to this approach, heat can be completely lost in the universe. This can change the structure of space, and over time everything can be reduced to zero.

Big Crunch

One of the most prominent possibilities is  big collapse. According to this approach, the universe is constantly expanding and this enlargement will reach its end one day. Once the expanding stops, the universe will collapse into and disappear. In short, you can think of it like a balloon. 

The obtained data confirm this approach. Although Albert Einstein had difficulty in believing in the first stage when he revealed this theory, in 1929 Edwin Hubble succeeded in reaching the evidence that the universe is expanding.

Ghost Dark Energy

This theory is related to what dark energy can do in the future. Dark energy is constant density, even if the universe expands. In other words, in the constantly expanding space, dark energy is produced equally. What if dark energy begins to emerge faster than the expansion of the universe? Robert Caldwell brings up the theory of "ghost dark energy" and thinks it might be one day.