The evolution of the universe? From the Great Blast to the Great and Dark Freeze

Friday 14 January 2022

The universe we live in today is different from the past and the future. Let's take a look at this continuous evolutionary journey of the universe.

What was the total of the universe and what will be the total of the universe, this is probably one of the biggest questions of today. The rapid expansion of the universe indicates that the universe was once confined to a single point. From this one point it began to spread and then an endless journey began. The Big Bang is the name given to this great event in the universe, with which the story of energy, time, space, and then even matter began.

The Big Bang

What happened before the Big Bang? This is a question that can be guessed at, but it is not easy to give a final opinion. The reason is that the basis of all human opinion, observation, and ideas is connected with time and place, but before the Big Bang, there was neither time nor place.

However, what happened to one billionth of a second after the explosion? Something concrete can be said about this. However, keep in mind that all scientific information is based on observations and available evidence. However, scientific theories are not free from questions, nor can the scope for change be eliminated.

The most widely accepted theory regarding the origin of the universe is the Big Bang Theory. That is, the universe came into being through an explosion and has been expanding ever since. With the Big Bang, the four basic forces that guarantee the order of the universe, attraction, electromagnetism, weak force, and strong force, are separated one by one.

The universe is just a domestic way?

For a time, in the eyes of man, his own galaxy, the Milky Way, or the Milky Way, was the entire universe.

Big stars

Scientists believe that after the Big Bang, initially due to the force of gravity, the mass was concentrated in different places, which led to the formation of stars, but these stars were very large. The bigger a star is, the faster its disappearance will be. Initially, the stars exploded through supernova explosions, and galaxies came into being.

Billions of galaxies today

Scientists estimate that there are currently more than 200 billion galaxies in the universe, which are moving away from each other. The same method is used to test the speed and velocity of galaxies moving away from each other, similar to the approaching sound and the distant sound (such as when an ambulance is sounding a siren, you can tell the difference by listening. She is approaching or going away). That is the difference in wavelength.

Scientists say that these galaxies are not only moving away from each other, but their distance from each other is constantly increasing, that is, their speed is constantly increasing. Scientists also believe that this speed is actually due to the expansion of space between galaxies, not galaxies.

Faster than the speed of light?

Einstein's theory of relativity states that no object in the universe can travel at or above the speed of light, but this does not apply to the expansion of space. This means that distant galaxies will begin traveling at the speed of light in the future, and if that happens, we will not be able to see them.

Is the universe the same as the country?

When these galaxies move away from the speed of light, for man, the whole universe will be the only galaxy in which he exists. In that case, the evidence for the Big Bang theory would be exhausted today, meaning that we would not be able to see galaxies, nor would we be able to measure the growing distance between them, nor would we be able to measure the distance between these galaxies. But the Big Bang can be predicted. An example of this is that if a man were born when these galaxies were not visible, then the whole universe would be just one galaxy for him and he could never reach the point that the universe started with the Big Bang. ۔

The question is, has anything happened in the past that has erased traces of the Big Bang or earlier? The answer to this question may never be given in the light of the evidence because the evidence of the disappearing evidence can only be estimated.

What will be the total of the universe?

Scientists have been debating this for a long time. A section of scientists has been speculating that the universe may have come into being as a result of the Big Bang, so it may one day return to the site of the Big Bang in the event of a Big Crunch or Great Compression. Opposing the theory, a large section of scientists say that the universe will continue to expand indefinitely and that the endpoint will be a lack of energy and eventually a complete blackout and great freezing. That is a time when all the sun, all the stars will be gone and there will be no limit to life in the universe.

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