posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 12:14 PM
From the explanation given in the OP it seems that they are talking about the creation of a true vacuum, assuming that physical reality resides in a
, and that human technology could be powerful enough to create such a hyper
dense point of energy as to knock space and time itself out of its relatively stable state into a theoretical absolutely stable state.
Pure unadulterated human hubris.
Given the age of the universe, it is highly probable that species have both lived billions of years prior to humanity and also have become millions of
years more advanced than humans. It would also be almost certain that said species would have experimented at some point with high energy particle
collisions as humans are doing now, on scales magnitudes larger than what humans are working on now.
If the universe still exists (which it seems to from my perspective), it is reasonable to assume that, if such a thing as a false vacuum exists, there
has been no ultra high energy event in the history of the universe to have knocked us out of that false vacuum state, and most likely never will in
the near future (humanitys lifetime).
Thinking that humanity could ever be so literally godlike influential on a truly universal
level is, again, pure hubris.
edit on 10/8/2013 by CaticusMaximus because: grammar