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What Planet Earth Will Look Like In The Future (5 pics)

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Earth and The Universe as a whole are going to go through some changes in the future. Things don't look good for the future of Earth.

In 600 million years the sun will have caused so much carbon dioxide to be trapped in Earth's crust that photosynthesis will cease says Hanson, leading to all multicellular life being eradicated. By the billion-year mark, all oceans and life will have disappeared from the surface of Earth, leaving it looking somewhat like Mars

1 What Planet Earth Will Look Like In The Future (5 pics)

In four billion years our Milky Way will collide with the Andromeda galaxy but, owing to the huge spaces between stars, it is unlikely many collisions will occur. In fact, it's possible that only six out of a total of a trillion stars will hit each other


2 What Planet Earth Will Look Like In The Future (5 pics)

In 7.9 billion years, when our sun runs out of gas, it starts to expand and consumers the inner planets Mercury and Venus before deflating into a white dwarf 1.6 billion years later


3 What Planet Earth Will Look Like In The Future (5 pics)

In 110 trillion years all stars will have died out while in a quadrillion years our planet, now a lifeless hunk of rock, will fall into what is left of the sun (now a black dwarf) as its orbit decays


4 What Planet Earth Will Look Like In The Future (5 pics)

Ultimately the universe will continue to expand until everything in it is dead. All matter will be so spread out than, in essence, nothing will remain and the cosmos will be completely empty, says Hanson




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№1 Author: noluk (16 May 2014 00:41) Total user comments: 327


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Damn global warming !
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№2 Author: MexAndi (16 May 2014 02:16) Total user comments: 177


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Hahahaha!! Don't worry noluk! We'll all be dead and gone by the time this happens. Humans are nothing more than a bacterial growth on the surface of the earth.
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№3 Author: Jimmy Johnson (16 May 2014 05:21) Total user comments: 5518


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Catching your boy/girlfriend cheating doesn't seem like such a big deal now.
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№4 Author: k0mmon (16 May 2014 06:51) Total user comments: 90


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Nothing is real anyway, for all we know everything is just an illusion and we're like a piece of code from an alien virtual world :05: :23:
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№5 Author: adzhoe (16 May 2014 06:55) Total user comments: 14959


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Oh well, I will be somewhere else by then...
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№6 Author: Anoli (16 May 2014 09:14) Total user comments: 0


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Thanks Obama!!

;)
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№7 Author: MWarrior (16 May 2014 16:53) Total user comments: 977


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"In 600 million years the sun will have caused so much carbon dioxide to be trapped in Earth's crust that photosynthesis will cease says Hanson"

And then they sang 'Mmm-Bop' to lighten the mood.
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№8 Author: Phynix4 (16 May 2014 16:55) Total user comments: 5461


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Seeing how we have no difinitive way of measuring earths current age anyway, and what happens in space very much a guessing game, I will go with the fact that it has the ability to do what ever it is going to do. No amount of concern, worry or effort on our part will change that. I will default on the things I can change versus those I cannot. Beer, anyone? :12:
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№9 Author: kremit (16 May 2014 17:43) Total user comments: 4


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my happiness slowly creeping back now you at home
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№10 Author: Lu (16 May 2014 23:01) Total user comments: 15062


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We came
We saw
We fucked up.
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