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A Journey to the End of Time

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+5 1. mosfet23 commented 258 days ago

Maybe the universe we know now is the result of 2 super massive black holes colliding to create a time echo of a briefly flourishing era that existed a septillion millennia ago.

Or perhaps we're each just a sliver of processor time in a massive simulation wrought by an AI that decided to vacation in an eons extinct period of biological life.

Or maybe, just maybe, we happen to be real living human beings existing in the infinitesimally small and fragile sliver of time, sandwiched neatly between billions of years of primordial cosmic development and an energy based consciousness spanning the galaxy.

Or possibly one of many flawed experiments of a powerful lonely entity, seeking to devise an equal.

Be you an echo, slice of processor, biological or variable in a experiment - the shared commodity is TIME so best to enjoy it together, awake and grateful.
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+2 2. smi commented 258 days ago

Cold, dark and empty. Sounds just like my life right now :) Does that mean I have already reached the end of the Universe? Is it okay in this case to claim: FIRST
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0 3. Kenuty commented 258 days ago

@1 I want what you are smoking, I get good stuff in D.C but seems like you are getting something beyond what I can get

@2 You can be the first end of the universe ahole
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+6 4. Judge-Jake commented 257 days ago

Hardly seems worth all the fecking effort when you think about it. In 34 thousand trillion10 it will be like it never happened. All those feking books, all that digging, all that cooking, all those trips to the loo, all that clothes shopping, all that sex and for what....nothing..and there's no god. :D:D:D:D:D
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+2 5. thundersnow commented 257 days ago

#4 Only snotr will have made sense, have made an impact on this universe....now and in 34 thousand trillion to the 10...it will still be there as strong as ever. <3
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0 6. cameramaster commented 257 days ago

If 'our' universe is continually expanding...what is it expanding IN? There has to be 'something' for it to expand in...no?
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-3 7. thefox commented 257 days ago

Lost interest in this video as soon as I heard the voice of the twat Brian Cox.
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0 8. Judge-Jake commented 257 days ago

#5 Yes but won't though Thunders, it will be nothing but atom dust like the rest of the universe. :D
#7 I agree BC has got an annoying voice but he is a Prof and he knows his stuff.
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-2 9. thefox commented 257 days ago