Our universe was created billions of years ago and no one is exactly sure of how. What will come of it in the future? Religions, beliefs, and scientists all have different perspectives of what will happen in the future to our earth and universe and they all have different views of how it all started. Once we know definitely how the earth was created, then we will find out most of the mysteries of the planets evolution. There are many different thoughts of what is to come of our earth and there are two major points that are debated upon when it comes to our future universe. Those would be the red and the blue shifts. The red shifts is when the universe will expand forever and the blue shift is when the universe will expand to a certain point and then start coming back in and eventually the matter will fall into a single point and there will be a "big crunch"-opposing the big bang. The universe started all at one point and will eventually all end at one point, but where?
The beginning of our universe is thought to have begun by either the big bang theory, the sun itself, from a companion star associated from the sun, or from a cloud of diffuse matter surrounding the sun. The big bang theory is that the universe expanded rapidly from the explosion of concentrated matter and energy. It has been expanding ever since. This caused a big decrease in density and temperature. The theory predicts that definite amounts of hydrogen, helium, and lithium were produced. About a million years later the earth was cool enough for atoms to form. That is when life forms began. That is said to be how the earth and most of our universe was formed.
In religious ways, people began because God created man and woman, and they reproduced to create the world as it is now. We are said to be all sons and daughters of Adam and Eve. The earth was supposed to be prefect but Adam and Eve had to disobey God and they were punished and now we all live in bad terms. That is... [continues]
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