Timelapse of the Future
Timelapse of the Future: A Journey to the End of Time is a 2019 short film created by Seattelite musician and filmmaker John D. Boswell. The film visualizes the possible timeline of the far future. It is posted on Boswell's channel Melodysheep on YouTube.
Degenerate Era Edit
- In some ways, it's kind of a ghost universe.
It's the corpses, the zombie stars, that will take us to the future.
Proton decay Edit
- Any material that evades the pull of a black hole
eventually dies away
as its protons disintegrate.
Neil deGrasse Tyson
Black Hole Era Edit
- Imagine two black holes that have lived a long life...
at the end of their lives, they're going around each other.
As they do so, they leave in behind of their wake a ringing of space, and actual wave on spacetime.
Hawking Radiation Edit
- Black holes are not immortal.
Dark energy Edit
- Empty space itself has energy.
In every little cubic centimeter of space, whether or not there's stuff,
whether or not there's particles, matter, whatever, there's still energy even in the space itself.
- We, [of course], have to ask, "Could [the] end lead to a new beginning?"
And there are ideas, whereby what actually is the end of our universe, could in some sense,
lead to the beginning of a new one.
Some speculate that we could create a 'baby universe.'
If there is no way, then the universe will be bathed in light one last time.
have finally decayed away to nothing,
the story of the universe
comes to an end.
and it keeps not happening...,
AND I LEARN, WHATEVER STATE I MAY BE IN, THEREIN TO BE CONTENT.
- How's it all gonna end?
- What does the future look like?
- How will the universe meet its end?
- The universe has just begun