The ultimate stage of stellar evolution for many stars is a black dwarf. Because they emit no heat or light, these objects would be a challenge to detect if they existed today. However, black dwarfs take quadrillions of years to form. At less than 14 billion years old, the universe is still too young to have created any black dwarfs.
But we bet there are some things about these dark beauties you never even heard. Extraterrestrial gems? Sounds crazy, right? Especially since all other diamonds—even other fancy colors—have science that attests to their geological birth. But some research does point to black fancies as having extraterrestrial origins. Furthermore, their research indicates that black diamonds, when they first landed on earth, were once the size of asteroids, a kilometer or more in diameter.
History is often reduced to a handful of memorable moments and events. Martin Luther King, Jr. But these are only a few of the significant and important events to know and remember. But just as Black history is more than a month, so too are the numerous events and figures that are often overlooked during it. Most people think of Rosa Parks as the first person to refuse to give up their seat on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama.
I mean it features a little-kid genius Jacob Tremblay, of Room , a bunch of lovably nutty reject soldiers prepared to die to save our planet, and a Johns Hopkins biochemistry professor Olivia Munn able to leap off bridges onto barreling buses while firing automatic weapons. It has a domesticated predator pooch. He opens with a spaceship either fighting or having rough sex with a larger spaceship and then fleeing or being blown into a black hole or rift — or maybe just a break into the clouds — and careening to Earth, where its Predator inhabitant is either killed or badly wounded or has knocked over a large pitcher of kale-celery-cucumber juice. For safekeeping.