If everything in the universe including particles and atoms stop moving does time stop?
If everything in the universe – including atoms and particles stop moving, does time stop? Or does time continue even if everything is frozen?
Entropy and yes space/time is dead
The 'heat-death' of the universe is when the universe has reached a state of maximum entropy. This happens when all available energy (such as from a hot source) has moved to places of less energy (such as a colder source). Once this has happened, no more work can be extracted from the universe. Since heat ceases to flow, no more work can be acquired from heat transfer. This same kind of equilibrium state will also happen with all other forms of energy (mechanical, electrical, etc.). Since no more work can be extracted from the universe at that point, it is effectively dead,
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