Can Our Universe Expand Forever Or Expand Then Contract Later Just So It Could Die?

From Einstein E=mc^2 to the conservation of energy theory, these concepts agree that energy cannot be created or destroyed — after all these energies existed since singularity (even before the big bang).  Thus, if I agree with these concepts, it means everything within this universe can be deconstructed into the smallest of the smallest possible units, and each of these smallest units could be counted individually in a way that if they’re to be reunited they could be constructed into the whole universe again.  The question is if this is the case, is our universe static in quantity?

I surmise there is another possibility!  What if the first scenario is true but there is one exception!  The exception is that outside of the singularity there is a bigger container that could feed more energy into the already constructed universe which we’re living in.  This could mean the quantity of our constructed universe could be changed according to the limitation of the larger container which contains our universe.  If this is the case it could mean that our universe could be shrunk in size and quantity by somehow shredding off existing energy and feeding the lost energy back to the larger container.

Relatively then, from within our universe, it could be that our universe is infinite since it could be expanded forever or be shrunk forever depending on the situation.  We don’t know the limitation of the larger container so we could only see the direction of our universe as an infinite expansion or infinite contraction relatively!  There’s a saying that nothing could last forever, and so we know that even the sun and anything else that exists within our universe got an expiration date.  I suspect that our universe could be expanded forever until the larger container stops feeding energy to our existing universe which would then allow this universe to contract and die off eventually!

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Uber and Strangers Are Dangerous For Your Health?

I’d used Taxi one or twice in my life before the Uber revolution had come about.  To say the very least, my experience with Taxi service wasn’t good since I got overcharged and whatnot.  Nonetheless, recent news on people either got killed or had gotten into a violent skirmish when using Uber make Taxi service seems like an angel to me.  What had gotten into people nowadays?

I fail to understand why people think it’s a good idea to let a stranger drives you around.  We teach kids not to talk to strangers and here as the adults, we let strangers drive us around.  When the kids actually avoid strangers, they actually make more sense than the adults.  Do you think everyone is an angel or something?

I think public driving service like Uber needs to force Uber drivers to install cameras everywhere in their car to help the authorities figure out what may cause harm to both the passengers and the driver.  You never know another ugly incident would occur and the result could be another death of somebody you may know.

Star Wars Failed With Established Universe While Star Trek Succeeded Expanding Into The Infinite Unknown!

Recent Star Wars releases have been considered to have flopped since these releases failed to bring in enough revenues to justify the expenses on making the films.  I’m not a Star Wars fanatic and I’m not a somebody who knows the ins and outs of a film industry, and so I’m just reinforcing the current view that recent Star Wars films are not doing too well.  Especially in China, Star Wars films failed to fill theater seats spectacularly.

Disney is probably wondering why this is happening to Star War releases and why the Chinese are not liking these releases!  Chinese film market is getting bigger each day, and Hollywood cannot really afford to ignore such a big international film market.  Latest Solo: A Star Wars Story release is considered to be the biggest flop of all Star Wars releases as this film failed in China in the most spectacular way.

The video above stated that very little amount of money Solo: A Star Wars Story brought in from China right from the getgo of the opening night.  Unfortunately, the video presenter stated the amount in Yen instead in Yuan.  Yuan or RMB is accurately a Chinese currency and Yen is a Japanese currency.  This is a big difference.  Besides this point, the video points out Star Wars isn’t doing great at all in China for unknown reasons.  After all, worse Western movies had fared better in China before!

In my opinion, I don’t think recent Star Wars releases are that bad.  I haven’t yet watched Solo: A Star Wars Story release just yet, and so I can’t speak for this one yet.  Nonetheless, the other releases are not that bad, but they aren’t that exciting either.  In my opinion, Star Wars have become too boring since the major plotlines seem to be revolved around the struggling of known factions within a Star Wars universe.  Yes, there are few factions in this universe, and so the story could be expanded somewhat.  Nonetheless, recent releases fail to connect with me in regarding what would make Star Wars great!

Unlike Star Trek with infinite opening plotlines, Star Wars’ universe is an established universe which gives not a lot of incentive in exploring the unknown, thus it’s less exciting than Star Trek’s infinite opening plotlines.  Since there is little incentive in exploring the unknown, Star Wars’ plotlines revolve around personifying the relationships of the characters within the known universe.  Too much talking with not enough exciting actions would not be good for Star Wars, but too much vice versa would not also be good for Star Wars.  Recent releases of Star Wars films seem to be lacking in lightsaber fights and too much talking.

I think the lightsaber fight scenes are what make Star Wars unique.  Instead of getting to see more lightsaber fight scenes and the force at work, I see a lot of talking.  I’m watching Star Wars not for a perfect drama act but for action and the adventures that could unfold within this universe.  Furthermore, the dark side characters in recent Star Wars releases seem to be made of wussy!  For an example, in Star Wars: The Force Awakens Kylo Ren is considered to be a failed character in my opinion.  He was supposed to be very strong with the dark force and yet he failed utterly in putting up a fight against Rey who just discovered her powerful untrained force.  It tells me that the story is too convenient as it wants to bring in a quick conclusion to the Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ plotline.  Shouldn’t Rey need to have struggled a little more against Kylo Ren so the evil character is definitely a challenger and not made of wussy stuff which gives Rey little incentive to train?

Failed memorable scenes and not enough memorable actions are the things, in my opinion, have failed to boost Star Wars internationally.  Especially in China, Chinese are so familiar with skill fighters in Kung Fu fantasy films, and so I don’t think a few little boring lightsaber fights would be enough to wow Chinese filmgoers.  Furthermore, boring talkative characters in Star Wars are not going to win over Chinese filmgoers too since Chinese filmgoers are not too familiar with the whole Star Wars universe in the first place.  Since Star Wars is an established universe, there is not much to elaborate on the plotlines to make the Star Wars universe bigger and more exciting.  In contrast, Star Trek’s universe could be forever expanded into the unknown!