If it is possible to define the existence of a permanent Universe and relate it to a constant existence of time, would an association with a constant maintenance of our own existence be possible? If you knew the importance of living life to the fullest and in harmony with the environment and with everyone, so that a possible existential continuity is achieved under better conditions, would you change your way of acting or thinking? Would your view on the prospect of death change?
The latest version of the following article (published on the Research Square platform):
already addresses this issue.
Using well established physical concepts, the evolution of the Universe prior to the Big Bang, and after the end of our Universe of three spatial dimensions, is presented. In a unique linear dimension of space and time, in really extreme phases, it is verified that the entire Universe has no mass-curvable spaces; thus, the potential energy decreases and generates an increase in kinetic energy, initiating an expansion or contraction, respecting entropy, in specific conservation of energy (Space 1D). The Universe of permanent space and time starts to provide (by probability) the maintenance of any existence contained in it! In exclusively static extreme states, without flow or curvature, the Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker (FLRW) metric becomes inappropriate, and is replaced by an absolute rest equation.
The language is clear, much of the content is easy to understand.