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Bmpbmp1975

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  1. What is not real i am just asking for the truth
  2. Can a change in the fine-structure constant could lead to vacuum decay? 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. What you say is possible, whether it is actually real is another matter for a deeper discussion. So it is possible then in our lifetime this can cause vacuum decay? Edited by Timboo, Today, 03:45 PM. Dubbelosix, on 17 Feb 2020 - 5:33 PM, 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? Edited by Timboo, Today, 04:07 PM. Timboo, on 18 Feb 2020 - 10:38 AM, said: 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: 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. Dubbelosix, on 18 Feb 2020 - 2:38 PM, said: I am not sure what you mean Dubbelosix, on 18 Feb 2020 - 2:37 PM, said: So you also believe vacuum decay will happen soon Maybe, maybe not. If the universe is actually decelerating, then it will reach a new phase. But the scales will be different.
  3. I can post the contents if you’d like also my questions on only on the comments made that I posted?
  4. It was an explanation given to me by a scientist I asked weeks ago on a forum and they finally responded There comment are way different than here?
  5. So I was asking the other day about fine constant structure and vacuum decay and got some answers. What I found goes against what I was told here, why? i have been looking more into this and found some more information. 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 reach a new phase. But the scales will be different.
  6. Here is an interesting thought, what if the bootes void is really the product of vacuum decay or collapse? and these voids we are seeing are product of the Higgs field dropping? had this ever been thought Or discussed?
  7. This was fixed I think spellcheck had set it that way. Sorry didn’t realize it
  8. So in my betelguese post I added the article and paragraph and it was still locked?
  9. I am asking questions and trying understand things, if you want to insult my questions then go ahead or just ignore me. Many people here actually answer things I ask. I may not understand right away and ask additional questions. Sorry I am working on getting better but need the opportunity to. but some people here find the need to just insult no matter what I say or ask. If I offended you in any way to deserve this i apologize it was not my intent and also I never really had the chance to get anything from my mom, thank you
  10. So is you plan to just keep insulting me
  11. Thank you I am confused with these comments Also, it's likely it won't explode either way for tens or hundreds of thousands of years. In the what-keeps-me-up-at-night category, this object ranks pretty low. That dumb thing I said to a celebrity I met once rates way higher on that list, if that makes you feel better. I'm actually quite happy this system has been found. If it's dangerous I'd rather know about it than not know. And since it probably isn't dangerous, that just leaves it being one of the most incredible, over-the-top, fascinating and gorgeous objects in the sky.
  12. Sorry the article I read said biggest events since big bang
  13. I hope this is following rules i just read about apep and how it is about to blow into a grb. It talks about being the biggest explosion since the Big Bang. i was under the impression grb’s have happened before. What makes this one the biggest since Big Bang and also what is the timeframe of it to blow? also I ask if I broke a rule please explain cause i am not sure why I keep getting my post trashed for rules if someone asks where I got my information am I not allowed to post the paragraph and article?
  14. The latest observations of Betelgeuse indicate that the dimming seems to be slowing, but astronomers are sure to keep a close eye on it in the coming weeks https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.cnet.com/google-amp/news/massive-star-betelgeuse-continues-to-act-weird-on-an-unprecedented-scale/
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