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    So the system of Entropy in the universe when it reaches its maximum all energy and heat will reach 0c*, In that time starts will collapse and turn into black holes
    because they too would stop providing heat and energy. Wouldn't you have to factor in the black hole evaporation rate so then black holes at different times would evaporate
    oldest to youngest. - since there is no such thing as a black hole and information is stored and leaked out from evaporation ill still use the term anyways because i don't know what else to call it at the moment- even when a large enough black hole that has enough energy and information stored and released could it reenact another big bang scenario? it would make sense since matter can not be created or destroyed and thing goes with energy. E=MC^2 hence for the hawking radiation and the information being thrown out there into space.

    -after looking at my other post i seen how stupid it was.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rygaku View Post
    So the system of Entropy in the universe when it reaches its maximum all energy and heat will reach 0c*, In that time starts will collapse and turn into black holes
    because they too would stop providing heat and energy. Wouldn't you have to factor in the black hole evaporation rate so then black holes at different times would evaporate
    oldest to youngest. - since there is no such thing as a black hole and information is stored and leaked out from evaporation ill still use the term anyways because i don't know what else to call it at the moment- even when a large enough black hole that has enough energy and information stored and released could it reenact another big bang scenario? it would make sense since matter can not be created or destroyed and thing goes with energy. E=MC^2 hence for the hawking radiation and the information being thrown out there into space.

    -after looking at my other post i seen how stupid it was.
    There is no answer to incoherent questions. Your current question is as incoherent as the previous one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by rygaku View Post
    So the system of Entropy in the universe when it reaches its maximum all energy and heat will reach 0c*
    Do you mean 0 K?

    In that time starts will collapse and turn into black holes
    No. Not all stars are massive enough to become black holes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dywyddyr View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by rygaku View Post
    So the system of Entropy in the universe when it reaches its maximum all energy and heat will reach 0c*
    Do you mean 0 K?

    In that time starts will collapse and turn into black holes
    No. Not all stars are massive enough to become black holes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rygaku View Post
    So the system of Entropy in the universe when it reaches its maximum all energy and heat will reach 0c*, In that time starts will collapse and turn into black holes
    because they too would stop providing heat and energy. Wouldn't you have to factor in the black hole evaporation rate so then black holes at different times would evaporate
    oldest to youngest. - since there is no such thing as a black hole and information is stored and leaked out from evaporation ill still use the term anyways because i don't know what else to call it at the moment- even when a large enough black hole that has enough energy and information stored and released could it reenact another big bang scenario? it would make sense since matter can not be created or destroyed and thing goes with energy. E=MC^2 hence for the hawking radiation and the information being thrown out there into space.

    -after looking at my other post i seen how stupid it was.

    Black holes require energy to evaporate.
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