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# Knowing how the universe will end is freeing

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So DC got it right?

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ac/dc got it righter and tighter...

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So the odds of Vacuum Death is one in multi-trillions?

I like those odds.

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Even if this Vacuum Death happened, say, half way across the universe. The wave front traveling at the speed of light would still take like 50 billion years to get here.

If it happen, by a supremely unlikely chance, half way acrosd the milkyway galaxy. It would take 50,000 years to reach us.

In order for any human alive today to be affected by Universal Vacuum Death, it would have to happen right next to us.

Unless it is common all over the universe, which does not appear to be true from the observable universe, then the odds of it occurring within 100 light years of us is what mathmatically is called "approaching zero".

Its similar odds to loosing your wedding ring on a Florida beach and finding it 50 years latter in Australia. Possible, but not by much.

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5 hours ago, DieChecker said:

Even if this Vacuum Death happened, say, half way across the universe. The wave front traveling at the speed of light would still take like 50 billion years to get here.

If it happen, by a supremely unlikely chance, half way acrosd the milkyway galaxy. It would take 50,000 years to reach us.

In order for any human alive today to be affected by Universal Vacuum Death, it would have to happen right next to us.

Unless it is common all over the universe, which does not appear to be true from the observable universe, then the odds of it occurring within 100 light years of us is what mathmatically is called "approaching zero".

Its similar odds to loosing your wedding ring on a Florida beach and finding it 50 years latter in Australia. Possible, but not by much.

This guy seems to think opposite

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On 8/6/2020 at 11:12 PM, Damien99 said:

The author seems to think it will happen soon

What part of:

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It's probably not going to happen in the next, you know, trillions and trillions and trillions and trillions of years and so on.

are you failing to understand.

Continuing to make provably false claims is making you look more dishonest with every post you make.

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2 hours ago, Damien99 said:

This guy seems to think opposite

Who is he? What are his qualifications? Is his opinion backed up by real science? Where does he actually say it's going to happen soon?

He appears to be a blogger, not a scientist. He appears to make pseudoscientific claims rather than using genuine science. Despite that NOWHERE does he seem to say that the end of the universe is imminent.

Using the claims of people that are not experts in the field and using them to back a claim is known as "appeal to false authority". It is a logical fallacy and, therefore not a legitimate argument. See here: https://www.logicallyfallacious.com/logicalfallacies/Appeal-to-False-Authority

This does not support your claim. There is no legitimate argument to support your belief because your belief is provably false.

Continuing to make a false claim when you have repeatedly been shown that you are wrong is dishonest.

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@Damien99Here is an idea for you. The author interviewed for the article has written a book. I have bought a copy.

Instead of continuing to lie about what she says why don't you buy the book and actually learn something.

Even if you don't learn something, the time you take to read the book may keep you away from a computer and stop you making a fool of yourself for a while.

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Well, our Sun, and therefore--out Solar System will be around for about 5 billion more years.  With this in mind--the universe will still be here when our home is long gone.  But, will the universe keep expanding and then it's energy will fizzle out, or will it then proceed to collapse,and take 20 billion years to collapse?   . . .  Another option--some high advance life will split the God particle(not the Higgs) which will destroy the universe?

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On 8/6/2020 at 4:30 PM, Waspie_Dwarf said:

Every word. But these sentences specifically prove that you are clueless:

so not vacuum decay like you continuously and falsely claim then.

So it's probably not imminent like you continuously and falsely claim then.

This article doesn't prove you are right, it proves you are dishonest.

Neither one of you could be right and could be babbling on

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Our universe is held within a 4 dimensional sphere on some kids shelf. Just waiting for the great feline to knock it off.

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5 hours ago, XenoFish said:

Our universe is held within a 4 dimensional sphere on some kids shelf. Just waiting for the great feline to knock it off.

Kind of like Men in Black with the universe around some animals neck... I see where this is going here

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On 8/8/2020 at 7:18 PM, XenoFish said:

Our universe is held within a 4 dimensional sphere on some kids shelf. Just waiting for the great feline to knock it off.

Its ok. Its insured.

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All I have to do is fart and I shut threads down

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On 8/8/2020 at 10:18 PM, XenoFish said:

Our universe is held within a 4 dimensional sphere on some kids shelf. Just waiting for the great feline to knock it off.

We think is held within a 4 dimensional sphere, but like always, we are damn wrong and know nothing like the amoeba we are. Just waiting for anything that we don't comprehend to knock it off.

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