Graphical timeline from Big Bang to Heat Death
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Usually the logarithmic scale is used for such timelines but it compresses the most interesting Stelliferous Era too much as this example shows. Therefore a double-logarithmic scale s (s*100 in the graphics) is used instead. The minimum of it is unfortunately only 1, not 0 as needed, and the negative outputs for inputs smaller than 10 are useless. Therefore the time from 0.1 to 10 years is collapsed to a single point 0, but that doesn't matter in this case because nothing special happens in the history of the universe during that time.
|year||log10 year||combination of log10log10 year and
|100||0||undefined but here forced to 0|
The seconds in the timescale have been converted to years by using the Julian year.
- Timeline of the Big Bang
- Graphical timeline of the Big Bang
- Heat death of the universe
- List of other end scenarios than Heat Death
- Timeline from Big Bang to the near cosmological future
- Graphical timeline of the Stelliferous Era
- Tiny Graphical timeline from Big Bang to Heat Death. This timeline uses the log scale for comparison with the double-logarithmic scale in this article.