I have read from online sites and in books about the FLRW model which provides curvature to the universe via math problems. In the three models, there is a flat universe which is equal to zero and will have the same fate as an open universe, a spherical universe which is greater than one and will have the same fate as a closed universe and a negatively curved universe which is less than one and will have the same fate as an open universe.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My question is, since a big crunch is more than likely to occur in a closed universe, can it still occur in an open universe if the right conditions occur?

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# Big Crunch in an Open Universe

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