End of the universe?
We know NOTHING about the "end of the universe". We don't know if the universe WILL end, or what might cause this to happen, or what would come "after" the end of the universe, or even if the phrase "after the end of the universe" has any meaning at all.
There are some pretend "scientists" who can tell you, in amazing detail, what the "end of the universe" might look like. But no two of these actually agree, and all their guesses are based on shaky mathematical models which may (or may not!) have any relevance or accuracy.
Science is, to a very large degree, the study of our ignorance. We try to learn a little bit, but for every new fact we discover ten new questions, so our ignorance grows faster than our knowledge.
The universe is infinite, there is no end. But if there was an end there would be a restaurant there! (Indeed! McDonald's, with a KFChicken, a Pizza Hut, and 2 Starbuck's not far off. And why not !? Weary tourists will eat anything!) Scientific Answer The universe is so vast that if you traveled, even at the speed of light, you wouldn't reach the end. In addition, because the universe expands as such a large…
First, we have no information on whether the universe will end, or if it will continue in perpetuity. It's either one or the other - and yet either answer would be astonishing. Second, we have no idea how the end of the universe might come about, or what the conditions at the end time would be, or if the concept of "after the end of the universe" has any meaning at all. One interesting concept…
Gravity does not "end". Gravity is a fundamental force of the Universe. Gravity exists between all objects that have mass, with the force diminishing in proportion to the square of the distance (inverse square principle) between the the two masses. As all matter has mass, the only way to end gravity would be if there were no matter in the Universe; i.e. the end of the Universe!