A neutron star. Now this is top-shelf dying. If you care to know, it's basically some more science shit that I also don't feel like explaining. I was really sad when I learned about them, while watching a documentary about evacuating Earth, and I thought it sounded like a neat idea. Cracked probably wrote about them at one point. Google it.
What's important is that, of all possible outcomes, this is the one we want. It is mutually assured destruction for everyone involved. You don't stop a neutron star. If you're in its way, this happens.
Hey, that's us! Or it was, anyway. A neutron star does exactly what you see there to anything in its path, which, ideally, will include us some day. Don't take that to be negative. The world is going to end. It's inevitable. Everything ends. Everything dies. When that comes to pass, this is what you want. Your world explodes and everything flies away. No muss, no fuss. There's nothing to think about. There's no time for questions. It's perfect.
Almost every other apocalyptic scenario involves at least some chance of survival. It's temporary survival, though. You're just putting off the inevitable. You don't want to see the aftermath, you want to see the event. Way less suffering that way.
A neutron star is nothing but event. It leaves nothing in its wake. Its destructive force is unmatched in nature. If you're hoping for the best possible end to civilization, a neutron star is it.
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