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There are many theories predicting how the universe will end These theories are based on one four basic principles The first principle being that the universe continues in an endless cycle The next is that the universe will stay at its current size The third is the universe will continue to expand endlessly The final principle states that the universe will collapse on itselfThe first theory is based on the fact that the universe is oscillating The universe currently is expanding outward This expansion is being slowed down by gravity While this is happening almost all of the stars in the universe will have died and become cold At this time the gravitational pull will stop the expansion of the universe The universe will then reverse its direction and begin to collapse on it self When it collapses the gravitational pull will become stronger until all the mass of the universe collapses into a black hole The black hole will produce singularity similar to the one that produced the big bang The singularity will then explode and produce another big bang restarting the cycle that will continue on foreverThis next theory is also based on the oscillating universe principle Galaxies are moving further and further away from each other but that rate is slowed by the force of gravity Each galaxy will begin to collapse into a black hole in the future until the universe is made up of black holes As these black holes continue to move apart the gravitational constant will be lowered The black holes will begin to expand until they are nothing but a massive cloud of gas gravel and dust This cloud will begin to condense until it forms a ultra dense body of matter While it is condensing it will gain a massive amount of heat energy This superheated ball of matter will then explode in a second big bang restarting the cycleThis is the final oscillating universe theory
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