Plat - The current most popular model may be heat death. However, models become old and sometimes dissipate into nothing - almost.<br /><br />What you need is proof or evidence, not mere consensus.<br /><br />First, your conclusion is against the law of conservation of matter and energy. Our universe can never become nothing according to this law.<br /><br />Evidence points to eternal matter and energy in our universe. Unless all energy becomes matter or all matter becomes energy - and the evidence is against that scenario.<br /><br />Heat does not actually die either. Heat involves motion, and our universe is in eternal motion.<br /><br />Do you understand the laws of themodynamics, upon which the heat death hypothesis is based?<br /><br />However, there are certain observations that cannot be ignored:<br /><br />The temperature of our universe has not been constantly decreasing. <br /><br />Try researching, for example, the temperature of the IGM (intergalactic medium) over the past 12 billion years. Note the oscillation. <br /><br />And consider the origin of our universe. How did heat come alive, so to speak, so it could later die?<br /><br />Finally: you are assuming our universe is all that exists, and that we are not expanding into something else, such as another universe.<br /><br />Why are you making that assumption?