Science fiction movie star and writer Bill Bryson is urging people to “look to the stars” to predict when the universe will collapse.
Bryson has a number of science books in his library, including The Book of the Future and a collection of sci-fi stories from the 1980s, which are all published by HarperCollins.
He told The Daily Beast in an email that the books he has in his collection “provide valuable information” on the way the universe works.
But he also noted that “we are still learning so much about how the universe is structured, and so much more about how to live in it.”
Bryanson, who is currently promoting his new book, The Universe is Going to Collapse, on the “Science Buddies” podcast, said he was inspired by the “great science fiction movies of the 20th century” to start compiling “a list of what is going to happen in the universe.”
He said he’s also hoping people who read his books can make up their own predictions.
“I think that the book has been really helpful for people who are trying to understand how the world works,” Bryson said.
“If they see that they can predict, they can make predictions, they know what’s going to be the end of the world.”
The universe is currently in a stable state where the laws of physics allow it to continue on.
It is, however, subject to extreme events such as the Big Bang.
The universe does not have a definite beginning, but the theory says that “it began with a vacuum, then with matter and antimatter, then at the moment when matter was annihilated by a powerful gamma-ray burst, and the universe itself has begun to expand.”
This picture shows what appears to be a supernova remnant after the Big Black Hole collapsed.
The picture was taken by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope on Aug. 21, 2018.
The light shows the dark matter that is the core of the galaxy.
The dark matter, which contains almost all the mass of the universe, is visible in the background.
The black hole is the center of the foreground.
The universe’s accelerating expansion is shown.
It’s happening at a speed of about 10 billion kilometers (6 billion miles) per second.
This image shows a supermassive black hole.
The giant black hole at the center has grown in size and is accelerating, or expanding, at about 10 million kilometers per second, according to scientists.
The image was taken on Aug 17, 2018, by NASA.
The expansion of the Universe is not a big deal, but Bryson thinks it is a big problem for us.
The book says that there is no good way to predict the future.
“All we know is that there are a lot of things that we can observe about the universe,” Bryanson said.
Byrson is a longtime proponent of the idea that the universe’s expansion has a “time scale” that is much shorter than the amount of time it takes for the universe to expand.
“In the universe right now, it is only about 1.2 billion years, and in my book, the universe expands about 10,000 times faster than the speed of light, so you can’t make predictions about the future,” he said.
The time scale is a little bit shorter than a universe’s age, Bryson explained.
If you look at a black hole, it’s about 100 billion years old.
If the universe were 20 times older, it would take 100,000,000 years to get there.
So, the longer the time scale, the bigger the chance the universe could expand faster than it is now.
Brysons books and other writings on the subject include “A Brief History of Time,” “Time for the Universe to Collide,” “A Short History of the Second World War,” “The Black Hole,” and “The Time Machine.”
He also writes a regular podcast called “The Science Buddies,” which he hosts with science writer James Delingpole, and which is archived on iTunes and other digital outlets.
Brianne Sayers contributed reporting.