I was trying to find an updated view on the plausibility of the Big Freeze. I believe that a couple of years ago, it was considered the most likely end of the world scenario and I was just wondering if it still is.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Also as a side question: I understand that Big Freeze happens with an indefinite expansion of the universe. Does this occur exclusively with a Wq value of -1 exactly or any value below -1/3, given that it stays below -1/3 indefinitely.

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# Current State of the Big Freeze end of the Universe Theory.

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