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  1. So you changed again what you said before then? So it is possible then in our lifetime this can cause vacuum decay? Yes, but the decay would be a quantum leap from one configuration to another. Whether it is reversible is another issue Timboo, on 18 Feb 2020 - 10:58 AM, said: So it is possible then in our lifetime this can cause vacuum decay? If the dead galaxy that was found not long ago was caused by a change in the fine structure constant then vacuum decay could be on its way? Maybe, but it would also mean that acceleration of galaxies in distant sources tell us about the expansion
  2. So basically the truth is vacuum decay is highly possible in our lifetime then, I am assuming you are a scientist
  3. In your profession as a scientist what are your real thoughts on vacuum decay, the comments you have made seem to think it is possible in our current state of the universe? Do you think what we see in galaxies further is different than closer one? decay would be a quantum leap from one configuration to another. Whether it is reversible is another issue
  4. So it is possible then in our lifetime this can cause vacuum decay? Yes, but the decay would be a quantum leap from one configuration to another. Whether it is reversible is another issue
  5. Timboo, on 18 Feb 2020 - 10:58 AM, said: So it is possible then in our lifetime this can cause vacuum decay? If the dead galaxy that was found not long ago was caused by a change in the fine structure constant then vacuum decay could be on its way? Maybe, but it would also mean that acceleration of galaxies in distant sources tell us about the expansion in the past, so it may be that we can only trust the local acceleration of galaxies.
  6. So you have just changed everything you said from the beginning of this post?
  7. I asked if it would happen soon and you said maybe, maybe not I am not making up the comments you have stated?
  8. You made statements above claiming it can happen anytime soon If the fine structure changes, then it's not actually a constant. If photons lose energy with expansion, then they are subject to time delays. So what I said for vacuum decay is possible the decay would be a quantum leap from one configuration to another. Whether it is reversible is another issue. it would also mean that acceleration of galaxies in distant sources tell us about the expansion in the past, so it may be that we can only trust the local acceleration of galaxies. If the universe is actually decelerating, then it will
  9. Is the universe decelerating?So you basically saying there is a good possibility for vacuum decay now? So we can die at any moment now?
  10. So you also believe vacuum decay will happen soon
  11. So it is possible then in our lifetime this can cause vacuum decay? If the dead galaxy that was found not long ago was caused by a change in the fine structure constant then vacuum decay could be on its way?
  12. So it is possible then in our lifetime this can cause vacuum decay? If the dead galaxy that was found not long ago was caused by a change in the fine structure constant then vacuum decay could be on its way?
  13. So it is possible then in our lifetime this can cause vacuum decay?
  14. Can a change in the fine-structure constant could lead to vacuum decay?
  15. Our galaxy is no longer creating stars and is pretty much in a dead state.
  16. So I have noticed it’s about a week now everyday there is a new article from a different source about this. Not sure why it keeps making the news day after day as though there is something up with it we should know about. This seems to be about the changes in em radiation, which is is true can affect our galaxy soon can anyone explain what the big deal to us is? https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.sciencealert.com/astronomers-have-found-an-ancient-galaxy-that-grew-fast-then-died-suddenly/amp And considering how our galaxy is already dead then it all makes sense This article explai
  17. Yes but as you said nobody knows, if it does go supernova what could happen to us here at 650 light years away?
  18. So the constant dimming can be really bad for us then
  19. If Betelgeuse keeps dimming without getting brighter again is that a sign it is dying and will go supernova?
  20. Hello, newbie here thanks for the forum, can anyone explain to me what the Newley discovered bubbles are that have been found in the milkey way September of 2019 and what impact they have to us here on earth if any? http://www.astronomy.com/news/2019/09/giant-bubbles-spotted-rushing-out-from-milky-ways-center
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