The University of Southern Denmark:
Maybe it happens tomorrow. Maybe in a billion years. Physicists have long predicted that the universe may one day collapse, and that everything in it will be compressed to a small hard ball. New calculations from physicists at the University of Southern Denmark now confirm this prediction – and they also conclude that the risk of a collapse is even greater than previously thought.
It is, once again,The End Of Life As We Know It! Let me count the ways:
- The giant asteroid that could be on course to hit Earth causing massive devastation!
- Or the scenario this year as an obscure Planet X -- or Nibiru -- heads toward or collides into Earth.
- Or that "Unseen dark comets 'could pose deadly threat to earth'."
- That's if we live long enough - doubtful because of the comet Genondahwayanung is on its way back and it pretty much annihilated most life in North America when it came here the first time.
- Not to worry about that, though, since we face supernova and galaxy-attack scenarios.
- And then the massive gas cloud speeding toward a collision with the Milky Way!
- But really, who cares about threats from outer space when out own atmosphere may detonate?
- And then the asteroids.
- Then the black hole death stars!
- And we might be swallowed whole by the sun.
- And there's an intense beam of gamma rays coming our way.
- Then there was the fear that "human society is very quickly headed to a violent and disturbing end."
- Then the earth began to kill people for changing its climate.
- Then there is the voracious, galactic Hoover in Switzerland that will suck the whole planet into a black hole.
- And the massive destruction along the coasts of countries like the USA, UK and many on the African continent, within a matter of hours.
- But don't worry about the universe collapsing since that cannot happen before our galaxy rams into another one.