WEBFI-TECH-TERRIFYING “End Of Universe” Scenario Revealed!

Scientists and space organizations are continuously working to save us from any catastrophe from above like asteroids are even the harmful rays. They are searching for other Earth-like planets and the billionaire Elon Musk is even working on making a second home for us on Mars, so when Earth is destroyed, we can have some other place to live on. But there is one thing that these scientists and the likes of NASA can not protect us from and that is the end of our universe. Welcome to Cosmos lab, your one station for all the news from space. Join us in today’s video to find out about a truth, that might be the end of us.
According to some estimates, the universe and all we know will cease to exist in 22 billion years, but other scientists think that it has reached the end of its life cycle and only has 2.8 billion years left, putting it in the final eighth of its lifespan. However, one thing that most scientists do agree on is that the universe will eventually die. Along with the when, there’s also the how, with various theories circulating concerning the universe’s unavoidable end.
These theories consist of the big rip, the Big Crunch and the Big Bounce, heat death, and the big slurp. Of all these theories, the big slurp is a more recent theory that has come to light.
It is about the elusive Higgs Boson, which has been eluding scientists for years. After the discovery of a Higgs-like particle in 2012, which is supposed to give everything mass and potentially indicate that the cosmos is in an unstable condition, the big slurp was born. The existence of mass in the universe is explained by the boson. To put it another way, it supports the functioning of everything matter we perceive around us. If it’s in an unstable state, it could tip over in billions of years, allowing a bubble to arise from another universe. The bubble will rapidly expand, obliterating everything in its path and paving the way for a new cosmos.
Dr. Joseph Lykken, the Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory theoretician said, “It turns out there’s a calculation you can do in our Standard Model of particle physics, once you know the mass of the Higgs boson. If you use all the physics we know now, and you do this straightforward calculation – it’s bad news. What happens is you get just a quantum fluctuation that makes a tiny bubble of the vacuum the Universe really wants to be in. And because it’s a lower-energy state, this bubble will then expand, basically at the speed of light, and sweep everything before it. The universe wants to be in a different state, so eventually to realize that, a little bubble of what you might think of as an alternate universe will appear somewhere, and it will spread out and destroy us.”
Let’s just put it simply. The Higgs boson was proposed in 1964 by Peter Higgs, François Englert, and four other theorists to explain why certain particles have mass. Mass can be thought of as an object’s weight or, more precisely, as its resistance to having its motion changed. To increase the speed of a freight train (or a feather), push on it, and the resistance you feel indicates its mass. The mass of the freight train is derived from its constituent molecules and atoms, which are made up of fundamental particles such as electrons and quarks. But where do these and other fundamental particles get their masses?
When physicists used quantum physics equations to simulate the behaviour of these particles in the 1960s, they ran into a problem. Each term in the equations clicked into a perfectly symmetric pattern, like the tips of a perfect snowflake, if they imagined the particles were all massless. This symmetry was not only mathematically beautiful, but it was also visually appealing. It explained the patterns that were visible in the experimental results. However, scientists were aware that the particles did have mass, and when they changed the equations to account for this, the mathematical harmony was ruined. The equations become more complicated, unwieldy, and inconsistent.
Higgs’ suggestion is as follows. Don’t force the masses of the particles down the equations’ throats. Instead, keep the equations clean and symmetrical while imagining them operating in a strange setting. Assume that all of space is equally filled with an invisible substance—now known as the Higgs field—that causes particles to accelerate through it. According to Higgs, if you push on a fundamental particle in an attempt to enhance its speed, you will feel resistance from the drag force.
So, the Higgs boson is a fundamental particle linked to the Higgs field, which imparts mass to other fundamental particles like electrons and quarks. When a particle encounters a force, its mass dictates how much it resists changing its speed or position.



  • Eric Brough on January 14, 2022

    Apparently some scientists believe that the universe is expanding faster than the speed of ligh and accelerating. If so then the bubble spoken of would never catch up with us while only traveling at the speed of light. Lots of theories out there

  • Rayos 93 on January 14, 2022

    It won't be the end of the universe it'll be the end of us. The universe will continue…

  • Nothing on January 15, 2022

    Firstly, their is no way we as humans will live long enough to see the end of the universe. We will all be extinct before the next million years is over. Furthermore, the most common form of extinction is other fauna and not the end of the universe. And we can therefore expect to be overtaken by other fauna on earth as our extinction event. For example, before the universe comes to an end we will actually have to deal with the birds growing back to full size again. Moreover, we will have to conquer the return of the dinosaurs before we live to see the end of the universe. Can you imagine oversized man eating flocks of birds hatching in out of reach areas on Earth. We are doomed for extinction here on Earth.

  • Billy Heng on January 15, 2022

    mass extinction begin again and again without any species recognised the circulation theory in universes do we human stand a chance to survive is a huge problem.

  • KRYPTO-NOOB on January 15, 2022

    Having lived through 2012 remember a story that in 2012 the our known universe was destroyed by the LHC and we were shifted to a parallel u.the proof of the Mandela effect!! Huh weird!!!

  • A E on January 15, 2022

    It’s fascinating how scientists credit the creation and discredit the creator! Are you aware of these two verses?
    Quran 21:30 & Quran 21:104

  • Samuel Jackson on January 15, 2022

    Don’t look up

  • Mohammad Mahdi on January 15, 2022

    While America destroying middle East

  • Stuart Hoffman on January 15, 2022

    There’s an ocean of questions and an ocean of answers. Mankind is lost in the ocean of questions. But those great souls, great Masters that out of sheer kindness manifest on this planet during our brief lifetimes have always said find the ocean of answers WITHIN YOU.
    And then another question surfaces: How?
    “Allow me to show you how to go within and live within the ocean of answers”.
    However long this Universe exists the ultimate journey towards the ultimate answer: fulfillment, perfect contentment or as I like to call it Total Embrace will forever be waiting for mankind within him and her self. The ultimate reality exists to be experienced and embraced WITHIN INSIDE.
    Want to know more? Feel free to give me a holler.
    I can help point you back home.

  • MASONiiiC on January 15, 2022

    Nice knowing you all! I’ve been wishing the worst possible scenario upon humanity , cleanse yourself

  • YT-Watcher on January 15, 2022

    So many bullsh on Internet these days

  • YT-Watcher on January 15, 2022

    One way or another..
    But won't happen any time soon 2 billion years is forever for humans but humans won't be here till end
    You need to count firstly our sun life span.. Sun is half way through so 5 billion years left for our sun.
    Once sun will be expanding it will destroy its "kids" planets
    But for us humans God knows what will be for example in year 3000
    Surface on earth will be very hot 🔥 ppl will have to go undergrad

  • herman sohier on January 15, 2022

    I'm so glad there's an end to this video.

  • Raviraj shetty on January 15, 2022

    With the analysis it is likely that our universe may end or die may or may not a part of a periodic cycle and may reinvent in a new universe as it is said that universe is ever expanding
    and there are metaverses and infinite universes

  • steven stamford on January 15, 2022

    I thought they were millions if not billons off universes not just galaxy’s so by then we will have mastered warp light travel so I’m gonna chill en play rest of halo infinity lol…

  • Antony Plumb on January 15, 2022

    I have loved everything to do with the 'space race' having grown up with it! I have 70 year old books talking about setting up bases on the Moon and Mars! However it still has not happened and I now suspect it never will physically. If it is really practically feasible then we would be living in the deepest oceans and in Antarctica on Earth by now, we do, you say, but in very small specialized set ups and have been to the Moon, years ago , again in very specialized circumstances. We may eventually get to Mars and even other parts of our solar system but not for a very long time and I mean a long time. The stars are always going to be out of reach unless there is some way of transporting our minds or the 'essence' of what we are on a quantum level, sort of getting there but without actually having to move to it. Space is after all infinite in both directions outwards and inwards. This planet we are on is it, this 'is as good as it gets,' we need to stop dreaming of what might be and start to get real. We will eventually destroy ourselves, our civilisation, as I suspect we have many times over in the past. (I am not bonkers)

  • John K on January 15, 2022

    Don’t look up!

  • Dhruv on January 15, 2022

    Let me do poo first 😂

  • Deepak gurung on January 15, 2022

    Science is not advance enough to protect us from bigger size asteroid. Even is we find another planet for settlement only rich people will have the facility

  • Ionel Tudorica on January 15, 2022

    Universe never ends, maybe just doing a reset in trillion years

  • Blaze Ashful on January 15, 2022

    How is this bubble, as described in “the big slurp”, supposedly going to engulf the whole universe, assuming it spreads at the speed of light, if space itself, expands at speeds exceeding that of light on a grand scale?

  • Sky Software on January 15, 2022

    Best get my affairs in order then since we only have 2.4b yrs.

  • Ursula Phillips on January 15, 2022

    We do'nt need to go through all these efforts. Just turn back to God. Say sorry to Him for running from Him and not not believing Him, and He will make everything right.

  • giovanni sassano on January 15, 2022

    Type 5 civilization can survive this we need to get there faster.

  • Winston Smith on January 15, 2022

    I should imagine that the worst places on earth are superior to the best places on Mars.
    Just saying.

  • Richard Marcus on January 15, 2022

    Physicists are idiots.

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