Does the Apocalypse happen, how will they happen always a great mystery to the human world .
>>>The causes of destruction of Earth in the eyes of scientists
The rumor about a Mayan Doom Day in 2012 did not happen. But like all generations, humans are still hunting for answers to the mystery of the Era of Destruction and Ron Miller - the former art director of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum. is the exception.
In order to realize his idea, in 1977, he came to work as a freelance artist and then began using digital technology. Over the past few decades, Miller has written and illustrated more than 50 books, the most recent of which is 'The End of the World - from Eccentric Forecasting to Scientific Scenarios'. He devoted a lot of enthusiasm to studying what we call Apocalypse and expressing them through our artworks.
Let's experience the perspective of the last day of mankind through Ron Miller's perspective below.
Miller 's first work was the prospect of the Earth being swallowed up by a black hole. In fact, this is a hypothesis that many scientists acknowledge and mention and Ron Miller is no exception. In his view, Earth will have about 15 minutes of "saying goodbye" before permanently disappearing.
When encountering a black hole, the Earth will have about 15 minutes of "saying goodbye" before permanently disappearing.
Explaining this idea, Miller shares: 'Although the same mechanism works but compared to the tide, the gravity of the black hole is much stronger. With this gravitational force, it will suck every piece of the planet into a spiral and fall into the center of the black hole. That powerful energy source is expressed through a huge plasma beam in the north and south of the black hole '.
This is a scenario that is often overlooked by people but with Miller. He said that this is a very interesting hypothesis. Through his research, Miller hypothesized the image of the Earth buried in volcanic ash, especially the Yellowstone Caldera, the American volcanic system.
Earth is buried in volcanic ash, especially the Yellowstone super volcanic system.
World history has been recorded, 640,000 years ago, when the Yellowstone volcanic system erupted with the largest scale, it released air 1000km 3 of rock, dust and volcanic ash.
According to Miller, if this explosion recurs, it will be even stronger. Plus, if the wind direction is favorable, the amount of ash and rock above can cause Earth to return to the ice age, the human race will be completely destroyed.
Mechanism of super volcanic activity in Yellowstone Caldera.
Climate change is emerging as a serious problem that threatens human life. And Ron Miller makes sense to present this work as a prediction of the Future Apocalypse in the future.
By 2100, sea level may rise 0.8 - 2m.
According to estimates of experts, by 2100, sea level may rise 0.8 - 2m. Not only that, with the current situation, the risk of a large strip of ice in Greenland will disappear. Meanwhile, the water level will push up to more than 7m, enough to submerge London and Los Angeles. Is that also the beginning of destruction?
This work describes the hypothesis that meteors from outer space destroy the Earth. Background image is Manhattan city with a huge meteorite in the rain of small meteorites.
Background image is Manhattan city with a huge meteorite in the rain of small meteorites.
According to Ron Miller, he designed the biggest pit based on the scale of the meteorite explosion in Arizona 30,000 years ago, about 1.3 km 2 in size.
Miller believes that, if you put this work in comparison with an explosion in Arizona, viewers will be startled by the tremendous destructive power of agents coming from outer space.
The sun will become a hotter fire than ever in 3 billion years, which is a prediction of the scientific world. But whether the Earth was burned or not, that was just a popular assumption, including Miller.
Will our Earth burn down?
By digital technology, Miller created a quite realistic scenario when the Sun's heat shone, melting the blue planet. Interestingly, the center of the photo is the Mayan stone image.
According to Miller, from the inspiration of the Mayan rumor - December 21, 2012, he composed this painting. Although that was not true, Miller hoped that if the Apocalypse were to happen, the only thing that existed was the vestige of this ancient civilization.
The last hypothesis was given by Ron Miller: The Earth will be "rotated" by the energy of a Gamma beam. As for the scenario, the Apocalypse will take place like this: in the universe an explosion of energetic particles will occur, releasing Gamma beams. These beams are extremely destructive, they will 'cook' the Earth like food in a microwave.
The Earth will be "rotated" by the energy of a Gamma beam.
The reason Ron Miller gave this scenario because 450 million years ago, a similar event happened. This event killed 60% of marine invertebrates and ranked 2 out of 5 biggest extinction events that ever happened in Earth's history. And if there was a time, maybe it will happen a second time?
Interim: Above are just the predictions of fictional scientists about the fate of the Earth that will be determined. Although the Apocalypse December 21, 2012 has not happened, we cannot deny that "Apocalypse" will come closer to us if the ecological environment on Earth is seriously destroyed, heat The level is increasing due to industrial emissions or diseases arising but not in time control .