Stephen Hawking channeled the Rebel with a Cause Planetarium message

2 Weeks Before His Death, Stephen Hawking Predicted ‘The End Of The Universe’


According to a report by the Sunday Times, the world-renowned astrophysicists’ co-authored a mathematical study in which he and his colleagues sought to prove the multiverse theory, and how different universes exist out there. In addition, he also predicted how the universe we currently live in would eventually fade to darkness as stars throughout the cosmos run out of energy.
Comment: follows the Rebel without a Cause Planetarium message. Source

...and immensity of our universe. For many days before the end of our Earth... ...people will look into the night sky and notice a star... ...increasingly bright and increasingly near. ... As this star approaches us... ... As this star approaches us, the weather will change. ... The great polar fields of the north and south will rot and divide. ... And the seas will turn warmer. ... The last of us search the heavens and stand amazed. ... For the stars will still be there... ...moving through their ancient rhythms. .. The familiar constellations that illuminate our night... ...will seem as they have always seemed: Eternal, unchanged and little moved... ...by the shortness of time between our planet's birth and demise. Orion, the hunter. One of Ptolemy's constellations... ...and the most brilliant in the heavens. .... They're almost equal in brilliancy. Cancer, the crab... ...containing a large, loose cluster of stars, called Praesepe or the Beehive. The sun can be vertically overhead. Taurus, the bull. ... That's real funny. .... And while the flash of our beginning... ...has not yet traveled the light years into distance... ...has not yet been seen by planets deep within the other galaxies... ...we will disappear into the blackness of the space from which we came... ...destroyed as we began, in a burst of gas and fire. The heavens are still and cold once more. In all the immensity of our universe and the galaxies beyond... ...the Earth will not be missed. Through the infinite reaches of space... ...the problems of man seem trivial and naive indeed. And man, existing alone... ...seems himself an episode of little consequence. That's all. Thank you for your attention.
Contrast with Psalm 8 that conveys that man has consequence!

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