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Distant future thought experiment, re; vacuum decay


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Thought experiment:

 

How do we avoid/prevent/escape annihilation via vacuum decay with potential future technologies? 

 

(Any ideas, however far-fetched, are welcome so long as they reside somewhere within the realm of plausibility.)



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Open a portal to a different universe that has more life left in it and move there. 


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Thanks! Okay, there's one (and I guess also a potential answer to the FP?)

 

Any others?



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A vacuum decay would occur with no warning, so no escape.



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So presumably Step 1 would be figuring out some way we WOULD have a warning, yes? Or alternatively, figuring out how to prevent/avoid it long before it ever occurred. 



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So presumably Step 1 would be figuring out some way we WOULD have a warning, yes? Or alternatively, figuring out how to prevent/avoid it long before it ever occurred. 

Not possible. Again, vacuum decay occurs at the speed of light.






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