The date of the end of the world is one of the primal and timeless questions of all humanity. Thousands upon thousands of pages and frames of movies have been filled with fantasizing about when it would be and how it could be avoided.
civilizations like ancient mayans They speculated on the calendar and dated the apocalypse: the world was going to end on December 21, 2012. But years later, the American scientist Paolo Tagalogin Avoid that, due to a calculation error, it is abandoned to add 11 days per year to the Mayan date.
“We use the Gregorian calendar 268 years (1752 to 2020). At 11 days per year, we lost 2,948 days. And 2,948 days divided by 365 (days in a year) are a total of 8 years. Following this theory, we are in 2012” Tagalogin assured. In other words, the end of the world should have been on Sunday, June 21, 2020.
Impact of a meteorite?
From there, every time a meteorite, asteroid or any dangerous object passes close to Earth, there is talk that it could hit it and cause damage or end the world as we know it. And also alert, scientists are constantly making that global warming could become “catastrophic” for humanity. In fact, an international team of researchers led by the University of Cambridge already observed last August that scenarios like the loss of 10% of the world population or even the eventuality human extinction.
Recently, tools have started to be used artificial intelligence (IA) to inquire about the aspect what will our species and the setting that surrounds us once the day of final judgment. To achieve this, several users have asked different AI how would a selfie taken during the end of the world. The different platforms coincide to show images of people with faces cadaveric Y deformedbesides landscapes apocalyptic completely set on fire.
by the star king
Now, based on a report, scientists from the European Space Agency (ESA) believe they know what the process of the end of the Sun’s activity will be like, which they directly link to the end of the planet.
At this time, the Sun is in its main sequence phase, that is, where the nucleus manages to transform hydrogen into helium, which generates energy expressed in the form of brightness and heat. But according to the calculations made from the data ESA space probe Gaiathe Solo was lost in a giant red star when it was between 10,000 and 11,000 million years old – now it is 4,670 million years old -, thus reaching the end of its life.
But when the Sun is about 8,000 million years old, there will be a suspicion of size 10% with respect to its current size, which will cause a deadly increase in temperature for the human species.
That is, scientists calculate that the end of the world will occur within 6,000-8,000 years, but, by then, humanity will already have been extinct for 2,000 or 3,000 years. In other words, the ESA reports agree with those scientists who predict that the end of the world is totally linked to global warming.