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Death of the Universe?

Death of the Universe?

A pair of American cosmologists, Profs Lawrence Krauss of Case Western Reserve University and James Dent of Vanderbilt University, believe mankind's activities could be shortening the life of the universe. According to a report in New Scientist, the cosmologists claim that by merely observing dark energy astronomers may have nudged the universe closer to its death. "Incredible as it seems, our detection of the dark energy may have reduced the life-expectancy of the universe," Prof Krauss said. Read more at Telegraph.co.uk(1).

1. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/main.jhtml?xml=/earth/2007/11/21/scicosmos121.xml&CMP=ILC-mostviewedbox

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