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The end of the universe

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by oOsoupOo, Jun 22, 2001.

  1. oOsoupOo

    oOsoupOo 12oz Senior Member

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    The end of the universe

    Discussion started by oOsoupOo - Jun 22, 2001

    In 10 billion years the universe is going to come to an end... In 1 million years, the sun will be 10% more hot, and all of the oceans on earth will evaporate, making earth an unliveable planet... I guess it's depressing the hell out of me because without a universe there is nothing... and if there is no universe, there is no heaven and no hell. If there is another big bang (which is highly unlikely), there might not be black and white.. It might be red and blue. They might not invent things like electricity, the car, houses etc... Everything we know of today might never be invented... I wonder what's out reeeeeeally far out in deeeeeeep space.. it might be cool to see what's out there..
     
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    brown twinkie - Replied Jun 22, 2001

    we'll migrate.
     
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  3. graffitiSUX

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    graffitiSUX - Replied Jun 22, 2001

    and what makes you think the universe will come to an end in 10 billion years? we don't even know how long it has been around for let alone how long it will last.
     
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  4. oOsoupOo

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    oOsoupOo - Replied Jun 22, 2001

    In time magazine they said that they figured it out... i read it and all that.
     
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    i eat poo - Replied Jun 22, 2001

    in 2 minites my balls will begin to sweat.
     
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    graffitiSUX - Replied Jun 22, 2001

    yeah, but there is absolutely no way to test their theory, so it's all just speculation
     
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    brown twinkie - Replied Jun 22, 2001

    thats almost as hilarious as thinking we know how the universe began.
    humans don't know shit. we like to think we do, but we don't.
     
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    graffitiSUX - Replied Jun 22, 2001

    you hit the nail on the head there. humans are insignificant
     
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    PurpleJargon - Replied Jun 22, 2001

    fortunately, i won't be here in 1 million years so i'm not all that concerned. i don't care what some jerkoff scientists say may or may not happen 999,999,920 years after i'm dead. it's more probable our dumb asses cause a nuclear holocaust.
     
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    brown twinkie - Replied Jun 22, 2001

    um, no, i wasn't trying to say that...i wouldn't say that we're 'insignificant'.
     
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    brown twinkie - Replied Jun 22, 2001

    in fact, when i look into my crystal ball, it tells me that we're going to be more significant than we're comfortable with.
     
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    PurpleJargon - Replied Jun 22, 2001

    we're only significant to ourselves. cats don't think you're significant. some sloth climbing a tree in some rainforest in brazil could give a fuck about you. i don't care about you. everyone's conceited. you're jut going to die, so shut up. ... what i meant was, yes, i agree. we're very significant.
     
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    brown twinkie - Replied Jun 22, 2001

    um, yea. obviously.
    we're not significant 'only to ourselves'.
    take it as arrogance...sure. nice pointless point.
     
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    sunburn - Replied Jun 22, 2001

    umm i'd like to think that i matter in the world. however, the fact that i make minimum wage doing something i hate, and try to wrtie graffiti to make me different, i know one day im gonna be dust and bones just like the most important man in the world. thats basically my life philosophy. and about the whole world ending thing, i could'nt really care less. im gonna be dead. the world might end tomorrow, you never know. so live today like it was your last.
     
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    Fox Mulder - Replied Jun 22, 2001

    i'm not sure if anyone told you yet, but you are going to die before any of that happens. who cares if the sun explodes. if humans are still around in 10 million years we will have a way to leave our planet. we have only been around for a couple of hundred of years and look how far we have come. think about 10 million years from now. and there is no deep space. we are in deep space right now just as much as we would be if we traveled 100 million light years away. don't worry about the future we have enough problems right now.
     
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