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14 Jul 2017 20:01

Civilizations by the time 'time' ends will probably find a way to create new stars. I could be wrong though.
 
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Can't just arbitrarily create stars without something to make them from, highly unlikely future civilizations will be able to break physics. 
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15 Jul 2017 08:40

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
Can't just arbitrarily create stars without something to make them from, highly unlikely future civilizations will be able to break physics. 

When the Universe 'ends' would there be hydrogen and elements floating about future civilizations could collect? 
 
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15 Jul 2017 10:07

Starlight Glimmer wrote:
Source of the post When the Universe 'ends' would there be hydrogen and elements floating about future civilizations could collect?

No, kinda how heat death works
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15 Jul 2017 12:12

Perhaps a future civilization can reverse the entropy.
That is, perhaps they can convert heat (= energy) into matter. 8-)
 
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16 Jul 2017 05:26

JackDole wrote:
Source of the post  can reverse the entropy

No. That's the fascinating thing. The increase in entropy is inexorable. Is not just an observation, it's not even a physical law. In the end is sort of a mathematical fact about how the probabilities generate what we see
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