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TIMELAPSE OF THE FUTURE: A Journey to the End of Time (4K)


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What does our future hold? Everything has its wonders, even darkness and silence… Everything has its wonders, even darkness and silence…
– Helen Keller What does the future look like? How will the universe meet its end? We may never be truly certain. But science has begun to paint a stunning picture of how the future might unfold. Let’s take a journey to the end of time. We will travel through time exponentially, doubling our speed every 5 seconds. The vision of the future will surely evolve
as we probe for more clues. But one thing is clear: The universe has only just begun. 2019
[Anthrpocene era] 2020
[Anthrpocene era] 2021
[Anthrpocene era] 2021
The Holocene has ended.
[Anthrpocene era] 2021
The Holocene has ended.
[Anthrpocene era] 2022
The Holocene has ended.
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The Holocene has ended.
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Event Event The only conditions modern humans have ever known so far are changing. And changing fast. Nothing stays the same on this planet. everything changes. The Earth is going into one of these jumps The Earth is going into one of these jumps
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Year | Event to be on the other side of those jumps.
Year | Event The Earth is always jumping.
[Earth’s magnetic field flips] [Earth’s magnetic field flips] [Comet Hale-Bopp returns] [Drastic sea level rise] Things move on this planet
[Drastic sea level rise] Things are not still! Everything is turning.
[30 meter asteroid impact] [30 meter asteroid impact] [Antares goes supernova] [Sahara becomes tropical] [Constellations begin to wander] [Voyager I passes nearby star] [Interglacial period ends] [Supervolcano eruption] [New Hawaiian island appears] [New island chains] [Apollo footprints fade] [Betelgeuse goes supernova] [Stone monuments erode] [Deadly gamma ray burst] [Mars moon becomes a ring] [Saturn’s rings vanish] [Antarctica melts] [Major asteroid impact] [New supercontinent] [Sun increases luminosity] As it begins turn out of fuel,
[Sun increases luminosity] As it begins turn out of fuel,
[Photosynthesis begin to cease] the sun won’t simply fade away to nothing.
[Photosynthesis begin to cease] the sun won’t simply fade away to nothing.
[All plant life dies] [All plant life dies] [Oceans evaporate] Its core will collapse,
[Oceans evaporate] [Oceans evaporate] and the extra heat this generates
[Oceans evaporate] will cause its outer layers to expand.
[Oceans evaporate] will cause its outer layers to expand.
[All life dies] [All life dies] [Sun expands] [Sun becomes red giant] [Earth destroyed by the dying Sun] [Sun becomes a White Dwarf] The sun is now dead.
[Sun becomes a White Dwarf] Its remains slowly cooling
[Sun becomes a White Dwarf] in the freezing temperatures of deep space. The fate to the sun is the same as for all stars. One day, they must all eventually die, and the cosmos will be plunged into eternal night. All stars eventually will run out of fuel.
[Stars begin to die off] [Stars begin to die off] The temperature of the universe drops.
[Stars begin to die off] [Stars begin to die off] Stars, one by one, in the night sky, will turn off. And there will be no more new stars created. And so the universe will end not with a bang, but with the whimper. And not in fire,
[Last Red Dwarf stars die] [Last Red Dwarf stars die] but in ice.
[Last Red Dwarf stars die] [Last Red Dwarf stars die] [Degenerate era]
“With the death of the last sun, the age of starlight comes to an end.” [Degenerate era] [Degenerate era]
“The universe becomes a cosmic boneyard, strewn with remnants of dead stars.” “The universe becomes a cosmic boneyard, strewn with remnants of dead stars.” “Our Sun becomes a White Dwarf – a hot, dense, shrunken stellar corpse.” With no fuel left to burn, a white dwarf’s faint glow comes from the last residual heat from its extinguished furnace. Looking at it from where the earth is now, it would only generate the same amount of light as the full moon on a clear night. The faint glow of white dwarfs will provide the only illumination in a dark and empty void littered with dead stars and black holes. In some ways it’s kind of a ghost universe it’s the corpses, the zombie stars, that will take us into the future. “Over time, gravity ejects dead stars and planets from their galaxies, sending them out into the freezing void.” “By chance, some Brown Dwarfs collide and form accidental new stars.” “Colliding neutron stars puncture the darkness with ultra bright supernova.” [Neutron star collision]
Colliding neutron stars puncture the darkness with ultra bright supernova.” [Neutron star collision] “Any surviving life forms may find refuge around aging White Dwarfs.” “But in time, even the White Dwarfs will fade and die.” A black dwarf will be the final fate of those last stars
[Stars become Black Dwarfs] White dwarfs that have become so cold,
[Stars become Black Dwarfs] that they barely emit any more heat or light. Black dwarfs are dark, dense, decaying balls of degenerate matter. Little more than the ashes of stars, their constituent atoms are so severely crushed that black dwarfs are a million times denser than our sun. Stars take so long to reach this point we believe there are currently no black dwarfs in the universe. “Any matter that fails to escape its galaxy
is sucked into a supermassive black hole at the center.” [Black holes swallow stray matter] [Black holes swallow stray matter]
“Long dormant black holes flare up in a blaze of glory.” [Degenerate era]
“The rotational energy of black holes becomes the last reliable source of power for any exotic future civilizations.” We have a pace of life that’s based on the energy available to us now. You could imagine living, conscious systems, which have a very different pace and therefore, can extend out, at least, a lot farther than you’d imagine otherwise. You could have a living system where if, it had a thought every 10 trillion years, that would seem normal. Ever if our life dies out, one could imagine at some time arbitrarily far in the future, a fluctuation occurs which allows intelligent life to exist again, for a little while. So you might have islands in time of intelligence. “As the expansion of the universe accelerates, it
begins to spread matter apart faster than the speed of light.”
[Expansion of spacetime] [Expansion of spacetime] “By this point, distant galaxies and stars are receding do fast that their light has become undetectable.”
[Expansion of spacetime] “By this point, distant galaxies and stars are receding do fast that their light has become undetectable.” “The secrets of the cosmos are locked away forever.” “Current theories predict that atoms themselves will begin to decay, destroying all remaining matter in the universe.” [Proton decay]
“Current theories predict that atoms themselves will begin to decay, destroying all remaining matter in the universe.” [Proton decay] A proton, one of the fundamental building blocks of atomic matter, what makes us up, can just spontaneously fall apart. Any material that evades the pull of a black hole eventually dies away as its protons disintegrate. “Proton decay is still unproven – and so this chapter of the future could look very different in light of new discoveries.” The matter inside black dwarf’s, the last matter in the universe, will eventually evaporate away, and be carried off into the void as radiation leaving absolutely nothing behind. [Black hole era] With the black dwarfs gone,
[Black hole era] there won’t be a single atom of matter left.
[Black hole era] [Black hole era] All that will remain of our once-rich cosmos will be particles of light and black holes. “The Black Hole Era begins.” “No planets, no stars, no lingering stellar remnants for life to cling to.” “Yet even now, time has only begun to tick.” “On the scale of a human lifetime, the universe has just emerged from the womb.” “Cold, dark, and empty – this is how the cosmos will spend most of its life.” “Our universe gives life only a brief moment to shine – a haven in time, safe from its fiery birth and icy death.” The arrow of time creates a bright window in the universe’s adolescence during which life is possible. But it’s a window that doesn’t stay open for long As a fraction of the lifespan of the universe, as measured from its beginning to the evaporation of the last black hole, life, as we know it, is only possible for one one thousandth one thousandth of a one thousandth of a billion one thousandth of a billion billion one thousandth of a billion billion billionth one thousandth of a billion billion billionth,
billion one thousandth of a billion billion billionth,
billion billion one thousandth of a billion billion billionth,
billion billion billionth one thousandth of a billion billion billionth,
billion billion billionth billion one thousandth of a billion billion billionth,
billion billion billionth billion billion one thousandth of a billion billion billionth,
billion billion billion billion billion billionth, one thousandth of a billion billion billionth,
billion billion billion billion billion billionth, of a percent. Black holes become the fundamental building block of the universe. A galaxy will basically be a supermassive black hole in the center, with smaller black holes orbiting it. Zombie galaxies filled with black holes continue to evolve. They’ll eat each other, and they’ll get bigger, and maybe they’ll fall into the supermassive black hole and it’ll get bigger. The universe will still be an exciting, dynamic place. it’s just that the time scales we’re talking about are now trillions of years, instead of thousands or millions of years. [Black home mergers]
“In this far flung age, black hole mergers become the main event.” “Some grow to enormous sizes, possibly trillions of times the mass of our sun.” “When they merge, they send out powerful gravity waves that resonate throughout the universe.” Black holes can bang on space-time like mallets on a drum. And have a very characteristic song, Imagine two black holes that have lived a long life together At the end of their lives they’re going around each other, crossing thousands of kilometers in a fraction of a second. As they do so, they leave behind in their wake a ringing of space an actual wave on space-time. Space squeezes and stretches as it emanates out from these black holes banging on the universe. Those are the gravitational waves and are literally the sounds of space ringing and they will travel out from these black holes at the speed of light as they ring down and coalesce into one, spinning, quiet, black hole. If you were standing near enough, your ear would resonate with the squeezing and stretching of space, you would literally hear the sound. Imagine a lighter black hole falling into a very heavy black hole. The sound you’re hearing is a light black hole banging on space each time it gets close. As it falls in, it gets faster, and it gets louder. Scientists used to think black holes were immortal, but even these will one day die. Now we’re talking about time scales of unimaginable length quadrillions of years into the future. On that time scale, even the black holes begin to evaporate. [Hawking radiation] [Hawking radiation] [Hawking radiation] [Hawking radiation]
According to quantum mechanics, According to quantum mechanics, [Hawking radiation]
According to quantum mechanics, space is filled with virtual particles [Hawking radiation]
space is filled with virtual particles space is filled with virtual particles [Hawking radiation]
and antiparticles that are constantly materializing in pairs, and antiparticles that are constantly materializing in pairs, [Hawking radiation]
and antiparticles that are constantly materializing in pairs, [Hawking radiation]
separating, coming together again, separating, coming together again, [Hawking radiation]
separating, coming together again, [Hawking radiation]
and annihilating each other. and annihilating each other. [Hawking radiation]
and annihilating each other. [Hawking radiation] [Hawking radiation]
In the presence of a black hole, one member of a pair of [Hawking radiation]
one member of a pair of [Hawking radiation]
virtual particles may fall into the hole, virtual particles may fall into the hole, [Hawking radiation]
virtual particles may fall into the hole, virtual particles may fall into the hole, leaving the other member without a partner with which to annihilate. [Hawking radiation]
without a partner with which to annihilate. without a partner with which to annihilate. [Hawking radiation]
The forsaken particle appears to be radiation The forsaken particle appears to be radiation [Hawking radiation]
The forsaken particle appears to be radiation The forsaken particle appears to be radiation emitted by the black hole. [Hawking radiation]
emitted by the black hole. [Hawking radiation] [Hawking radiation] And so, black holes are not eternal. And so, black holes are not eternal.
[Black hole evaporation] They evaporate away at an increasing rate, until they vanish in a gigantic explosion. Quantum mechanics has allowed particles and radiation
[Black holes begin to die] to escape from the ultimate prison – A black hole. “Black holes begin to evaporate away, erasing the last large-scale structures in the universe.” “As they die, they light up the darkness one by one.” “As the black holes slowly die off, the universe continues to expand, driven by a mysterious force we don’t yet understand.” [Dark Energy inflates the universe]
“As the black holes slowly die off, the universe continues to expand, driven by a mysterious force we don’t yet understand.” “This is the frontier of human knowledge – a frontier ripe for exploration and discovery.” Philosophers and poets have asked the question, “Will the world end in fire or ice?” We can now give an answer. The latest evidence shows that the universe is not slowing down, but it’s speeding up out of control. And the universe, we think, will die in ice trillions upon trillions of years from now. 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, radiation, whatever… there is still energy, even in the space itself. And this energy, according to Einstein, exerts a push on the universe. What is the weird stuff that’s accelerating the universe? We call it ‘Dark energy’. And this stuff is the dominant stuff of the universe almost 3/4 of the matter-energy content of the universe is this dark energy and we don’t know what it is. Dark energy, unlike matter or radiation, does not dilute away, as the universe expands. This has crucial implications for what the universe is going to do in the future. So, what will be the future of the universe? Well, if the dark energy remains dominant and repulsive, the universe will expand forever. Faster and faster and faster with time – A runaway universe. 70% of the energy of the universe resides in empty space and we don’t understand why. But we do know what will happen. If that energy continues to be there, the universe will become cold and dark and empty. That’s the future as it might be. We don’t know because we don’t yet understand the nature of dark energy. until we do, we won’t know the future, we won’t even understand our own origins and that’s why we want to know and study this subject. “Discovering the true nature of dark energy could change our vision of the future dramatically.” “If it somehow weakens over time, the universe could collapse under gravity – a ‘big crunch’.” “Given a boost, it could tear the universe apart at the seams – a ‘big rip’.” [Black hole era]
“Physicists increasingly suspect that there may be multiple universes beyond our own, each with their own unique laws of physics.” “Some would harbor the right conditions for life. Others could collapse or be ripped apart.” “Others sill could be far more exotic than anything we could imagine.” “New pieces to this puzzle are out there somewhere, waiting to be found.” The forecast does seem to be for an ever-colder, ever-emptier universe. But then of course we have to ask, “Could that 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 there may be a way to escape our universe before entropy erases everything.” “We could create simulated virtual universes, or with enough energy, create another one just like our own.” We’ve worked out the mathematics, the equations, they seem to say that if you have an atom smasher, that can constrict tremendous amounts of energy at a single point, you can perhaps open up a gateway – A ‘Baby universe’ Facing the death of everything there is this perhaps is their only possibility of escape. And this also raises a very intriguing possibility, sheer pure speculation of course, that perhaps any universe that has intelligent life in it, will create baby universes, will create ‘Lifeboats’, and will proliferate child universes. and will proliferate child universes.
[Last Black Hole evaporates] [Last Black Hole evaporates] So an evolution may take place among universes,
[Last Black Hole evaporates] in the multiverse.
[Last Black Hole evaporates] Survival of the fittest may take place. So those universes which do not have intelligent life are ‘Infertile’, they have no children. But those universes that have mild temperatures, stars like ours, would create civilizations that could open up child universes and they would then proliferate. “If there is no way to escape the universe, then entropy will march on, destroying the last remaining supermassive black holes.” “As the last one explodes and dies, it bathes the universe in light one last time.” [Black Hole era]
“As the last one explodes and dies, it bathes the universe in light one last time.” [Last Black Hole evaporates]
“As the last one explodes and dies, it bathes the universe in light one last time.” After an unimaginable length of time, even the black holes will have evaporated, and the universe will be nothing but a sea of photons gradually tending towards the same temperature as the expansion of the universe cools them towards absolute zero. Once the very last remnants of the very last stars have finally decayed away to nothing, and everything reaches the same temperature, the story of the universe finally comes to an end. “TIME BECOMES MEANINGLESS” For the first time in its life,
“TIME BECOMES MEANINGLESS” the universe will be permanent and unchanging.
“TIME BECOMES MEANINGLESS” “TIME BECOMES MEANINGLESS” Entropy finally stops increasing,
“TIME BECOMES MEANINGLESS” because the cosmos cannot get any more disordered.
“TIME BECOMES MEANINGLESS” “TIME BECOMES MEANINGLESS” Nothing happens,
“TIME BECOMES MEANINGLESS” and it keeps not happening,
“TIME BECOMES MEANINGLESS” “TIME BECOMES MEANINGLESS” forever…
“TIME BECOMES MEANINGLESS” “Everything has its wonders, even darkness and silence…
…and I learn, whatever state I may be in, therein to be content.”
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  • hey guys – thanks for all the love on this piece. just posted my follow up film, LIFE BEYOND: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUelbSa-OkA hope ya dig!

  • Right now I cannot help but wonder what it would be like to be the cameraman that had to film all this, given this job by some other being bigger and more intelligent, more at balance than these blobs called universes that surround it. And while I travel all across this one planet at first, living in it, adapting to its fast-pace way of life, presencing the first deaths I see. First, the deaths of small creatures, such as an ant I´ve stepped on, or how the bacteria die as I wash my hands. Then, those of bigger, biologically and from the perspective of humans, "correct" beings, and then those of humans. And then that of the superficial features of the planet. And then that of the Sun, how it rises in size like a giant monster to eat up the Earth (or what's left of it). And once the Sun has reduced to a tiny white dwarf, as the humans called it, I start to wonder what else could there be left to experience, as I do not know all these things that are yet to come. And I travle across this young, vibrant and bright universe, appreciating its overhwlming yet so calming beauty.
    This is how it does, until I come to realize that this universe is, in fact, still young. And as it gets older, it loses color. It loses brightness. Until, after many much slower fases than the time passed on earth or during the expansion of that little Sun, the universe is left in nothingness. And I leave it to show this video I make to the being that hired me.
    And I can imagine it placing me in another still young universe, still about to come out the womb, and there, in a much different coffee shop than that of the Earth I still remember, I tell this story to the bartender.

  • Infinite is so infinite that infinite earths have may be existed and will exist in the future.
    Our lives for the universe don't matter at all

  • There has to be an unknown energy, because it must have started from nothing, so what's to say that when it all ends, the universe could all happen again, through the the unknown energy or dark energy.

  • cant wait until scientists make virtual baby universes to escape the deterioration of matter itself. so excited . god bless.

  • The year is 23 quadrillion. We exist only in digital form in black hole powered super computers. Bitcoin still not reached 20k all time high from 2017.

  • Thanos: I will shred this universe down to it's last atom and then, create a new one. It is not what is lost but only what it is been given… a grateful universe.

  • So if our universe expands forever, then it would eventually smash into other universes, possibly universes with budding and intelligent life, possibly universes with filled with species that have just escaped their own dying universes. Then wouldn't the best display of humanity by to destroy our own universe rather than allow it to wreak carnage upon others? Instead of finding a way to escape, I say we find a way to halt expansion…or destroy the universe. That would be an act of love to the multiverse…as long as we know for sure it will continue to expand forever.

  • Very interesting. The stages that the universe and transitions through trillions and billions of years, how it will be. But we don't know this as a conclusion. We must first save the planet that we are on now, there are ways being invented on how to help save our planet. But I believe there also better ways also.

  • Since stars are powered by nuclear fusion a never discovered element may be within the true last frontier, within stars. Like if you agree with this theory.

  • so the universe will restart at 50 Billion Trillion years? (what is the real number value for 50 Billion Trillion? Septillion? Nonillion?

  • Is it possible that white dwarves will shrink to an unthinkable size and density by their own gravity? That they will become amazing objects of compressed mass? This is another theory, also like if agreed with or comment why not 😀

  • 500 thousand trillion trillion – 600 thousand trillion trillion gives me a though/question, what is on the other side of a black hole? and yes, this is turning into a spam now, but MY, THIS VIDEO IS JUST SO CAPTIVATING, INTRIGUING, SO… SO…. I HAVE NO WORDS for it! this would be much more effective than school…

  • at around 10:00 it mentions a speed greater than light, please elaborate, and the power generated by this would (not?) collapse the universe?

  • 11:00, if protons can disintegrate then could that mean there is something on a smaller scale that makes up a proton?

  • A NEW UNIVERSE WILL BE FOUND ON THE OTHER SIDE OF A BLACK HOLE! JUST YOU WAIT AND SEE! jumps in SEE YA SUCKAS!

  • if energy other than dark energy reaches the end of the universe being faster than it's expansion rate could it punch a hole for our escape?

  • why am I even watching this at 4 in the morning like I am not hating on the vid I am hating on the time I am watching it because I am wearing headphones and the music is not only cool its terrifying

  • Then eternity begins. The universe is only a paperweight on God’s desk, after all. “Enter into the joy of the Lord.”

  • Honestly what if some God thing from guardians of the galaxy 2 creates bunches of planets and then we live again?

  • Our race isn't confirm to get a long life on our planet. We should do more for the life on our planet- for the next generations, not for our egoism.

  • Space discorved 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000.1111111111111111111%

  • Guess what our universe is just an atom of another universe that is home to everything that has ever existed.

  • I can only think of our "consciousness" or self-perception and imagination, everything that is "in" our minds and that we can't explain if it is actually located in a physical space or somewhere else, even the time in this perspective is just either a creation or a perception of our minds. Of course we can do the math and based on physics and chain of events in any molecular structure or energy get an understanding that time is actually happening. But how about these planets that are orbiting around suns like Antares, Betelgeuse or Arcturus and such?

    So, we don't know what is "inside" a black-hole, we are still exploring quantum mechanics and we don't know how the dark-matter works as same as the brain inside our skull is a totally dark space where all the colors and light of thoughts and imagination and even dreams seems to happen.

    Scientific-minded people reading what comes next will probably hate this but I believe that artists and some spiritual expressions such as religions are actually attempts to bring to light unknown and inexplicable knowledge that not even the rational mind is able to understand and that only through an intuitive perception is that this could be perceived.

    I found fascinating how actual pictures of the universe are so similar at how the neurons and brain activity could look, now in this video there is this part about the multiverses that the creator probably unintentionally made looks like blood red cell globules, stuff that looks like cells and such, all that lead me to think "As above, so below" and made me ask myself; What could we find or understand if we look so deep inside of us at this same scale?

    If there are planets like ours orbiting around suns as big as Betelgeuse or Arcturus we might be invisible as an atom to any intelligent form of life there…so what if we are in a solar system that is actually of these proportions to other microscopic ones?

    Beautiful video. The part about "the sound of the black holes" really got me. There's something about the 7 heavens and the 7 earths symbology in some religions that actually talks about one of these layers when getting closer to the center of the universe which is made out of pure sound vibration.

  • Andromeda we will collide with it and survive taking twice the amount the time for all the stars to disappear.

  • I'm not a religious type, but after 10 Trillion trillion years in the video the Bible makes a little more sense.

  • E nós, humanos, vivendo num grão de poeira no universo, temos a noção de nossa limitada existência perante toda essa energia cósmica…é incrível.

  • I mean I already knew this was all gonna happen cause of how much science videos I've watched, but just being reminded of this gave me an existential crisis. I don't blame the large majority of the 34K dislikes. I love science but at the same time I hate it. I don't think I'll be able to sleep tonight.

  • I'm tripping thinking about how life will literally be forced to live on dying planets and stars when temps go down. Races of creatures living subterranean lives, never knowing the beauty of my star world 🙂 what a freaking mind f***

  • No wonder the quiet kids in class say that we’re all going to die. They were just predicting the future.

    Well, maybe a different future involving their backpack, but for the sake of the joke, they’re talking about space.

  • We will see if they were right in a trillion trillion trillion….(repeat a trillion times)……..trillion years.

  • There’s so many times that would of wiped out all of living things I bet there was many more rulers of earth before
    Right now its humans ruling.Before us was dinosaurs.
    How will we end?
    Another asteroid?

  • Sometimes I look at the stars and think I’m so small I don’t matter. And then sometimes I think the universe is so big it’s the one that doesn’t matter.

  • So they showed a multivurse
    And they said that the 'univurse' will end forever

    So the multivurse has no end
    And there is the omnivurse

  • There are theories that said the Universe will be reborn with the same amount of energy that created the Big Bang in the first place. (If I wasn't wrong)

  • The soundtrack is so damn good. Wow never heard something chilling and frightening at same time…. 👍👍👍

  • Really neat to think about how they predicted betelgeuse to go supernova 2 million years in the future and it happened just a couple months ago

  • i figured hawking radiation is when matter reaches the absolute center of a black hole and is reduced into component 1 (energy) and the jetted out the poles because of the pressure and the fact that raw energy isn't affected by gravity. that's how i figured they functioned and after all the fuel matter is used up they burn up all that matter into raw energy until the completly destabilize and explode like in the video. can a learned physicist please correct me or confirm my understanding. thank you.

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