Explanation on this bubble nucleation?

I was looking at other posts from here and several other similar places around this topic and I ran into this one https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/83837/is-false-vacuum-bubble-nucleation-possible-in-our-universe the second answer to the question is what interest me, in paragraphs 2a and... show more I was looking at other posts from here and several other similar places around this topic and I ran into this one https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/83837/is-false-vacuum-bubble-nucleation-possible-in-our-universe the second answer to the question is what interest me, in paragraphs 2a and 2c he talks about bubble nucleation and mentions critical and sub critical bubbles and that if we do live in a false vacuum the fate of the universe depends on the bubble nucleation. He says that if the nucleation rate is high enough or even low enough that every location in the universe will eventually transition to true vacuum. Can you read what he says in the paragraphs and give me a simpler explanation of what he means exactly? When you do read it tell me what do you think are the chances of what he’s saying about “our universe transitioning to true vacuum because of the bubble nucleation rate” actually happening since I don’t know much about bubble nucleation. Also I hope you also read the question that’s at the top and tell me what is the probability of that as well? Let me know your thoughts on this
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