A more likely scenario is a big crunch
, similar to the 1980s when oil prices first caused high demand for petroleum engineers then abruptly declined, leaving a generation gap in the energy industry.
With the rapid expansion of markets followed by the big crunch
, products and services may take longer to create than they take to complete an explosive growth cycle and be replaced by yet another disruptor.
But if dark energy's strength decays over time, then a Big Crunch
of sorts remains an option.
Scientists believe this expanding universe will be either open-ended, flying away indefinitely or will be a closed one, converging back to the point of the big crunch
depending on the density of our universe.
Richard Branson is among business leaders warning that the next big crunch
- a seismic catastrophe to match the collapse of the banks, and, within five years, - will be over oil shortages.
Iconic eighties' comedian Ben Elton leaps into the scrum early, with this novel about the big crunch
in the financial world.
1 through Christmas because of our cider business, and Thanksgiving being the big crunch
I believe having those other areas of life that a person is passionate about keeps them well rounded and ready for the times at work when there is a big crunch
THE big crunch
is sorting out the men from the boys.
One asked a complicated question about "neutrinos" and the possible contraction of the universe in the Big Crunch
It promises to be a cracking story, homing in on struggling couple Rod and Joy, about to face the big crunch
in their life.
South Africa face England on Tuesday and skipper Graeme Smith admitted: "It comes down to England, a big crunch
game which it was always going to be.