Lunedì, 24 Settembre 2018
ROME

Scientists say world's end is 'inevitable' but not immediate

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Rome, December 12 - Italian scientists say the end
of the world is "inevitable" - but not immediate.
Scientists have organized a get-together to discuss the
world's end in Naples on December 20 - on the eve of the date
the calendar of the central American Mayan natives says the
world will end.
"The end of the Earth is inevitable," said Massimo Della
Valle, director of the Astronomical Observatory of Capodimonte
Institute operated by the National Institute for Astrophysics
(INAF).
The only question, at least for astrophysicists, is just
how it will happen.
A large comet or asteroid could sooner or later hit the
Sun, which will be fatal for pretty much everyone.
Or, if the Sun just flames out on its own, it would also
kill Earth.
Even the explosion of a nearby supernova could destroy life
on Earth; or, we may simply fall into a black hole.
"In any case, the end of the world will certainly be with
the end of the universe, which could collapse on itself or
expand indefinitely, as to make life impossible".

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