posted on May, 4 2017 @ 07:30 PM
a reply to: Willtell
It is not cold but a lack of energy.
Look at it another way, if you could slow down your own personal time, the more slowly your personal time passed the hotter and brighter the universe
would seem to you, conversely if you sped up your personal time so that the universe seemed to slow down the darker and colder the universe would seem
It is not however that time is moving at different rate's - it may actually be so in the presence of gravitational field's - but that the
distribution of energy, matter and gravity across the known universe is not even, some places have far less energy and of course unless there is some
perpetual source of energy all that energy has to dissipate and eventually in an entropic universe without a perpetual source of new energy it will
simple even out, slow down and become very cold (Still is a better description than cold).
Personally I believe there may indeed be a perpetual source of energy but our universe from our perspective is moving ever further away from that
source which may be something called a white hole which spew's time and energy outward, by it's very nature though it would be beyond the boundary of
a black hole from us essentially isolating our universe from it's life giving energy and dooming it to entropy, in this view the universe can be seen
as a ripple effect, the further the ripple expand's from it's point of origin the more the limited energy is spread out and used up.