Do you believe that it would crack and segment and collapse, as you have depicted? Perhaps the world will simply stop spinning, or perhaps it will all grow cold if the core dies out. Or, do stars and planets really die? After all, the basis of our knowledge of space is based upon mathematical theories and we have never actually experienced a star ex/imploding or "dying."
There are so much unknown stuff in the universe, making me think that anything is possible. I watched a lot of documentary movies about the universe, space and time, how everything works and I know that most of those theories could be changed as soon as something new is discovered .
Exactly. In fact, I heard that in order for some of the theories that they have to be true, the earth would have to be far older in order for it to happen. Spontaneous evolution, or example, because in order for one cell to be created on its own, it would take around 400,000,000,000 years, and the earh is not nearly that old. Therefore, it is impossible to suggest that life appeared from nothing.
Ah, I love how science proves itself wrong from time to time.
This picture of yours makes me thin of the movie 'The Fifth Element'. It makes me think of the 'dark itelligence' the source of ultimate evil. The dark planet/moon thing.
Also as well as that it make me think more of beginings rather than an ending. The chaos and fire that all worlds are supposedly formed from. I can picture those chunks as being drawn to the world, pulled in by it's gravity and superheating and bonding to the core to add mass and more gravity to the new world.
Awesome work. I justly derserves the DD.
Sorry for the rambling. This pic got the gears of he writting part of my mind turning over. Thankye for that.
I will be adding you to my watch list and i cannot wait to see what you come up with next.