The Big Freeze: How the Universe Will Die

The cosmos may never end. But if you were immortal, you'd probably wish it would. Our cosmos' final fate is a long and frigid affair that astronomers call the Big Freeze, or Big Chill.

It's a fitting description for the day when all heat and energy is evenly spread over incomprehensibly vast distances. At this point, the universe's final temperature will hover just above absolute zero. 

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