I need to understand something specific. The theory of electroweak temperature says that when you have a plasma of particles at energy above the electroweak phase transition (100 GeV). The Higgs field would turn from nonzero vev to zero and the electroweak forces would unite and the electroweak bosons would become massless.
What happens if this occurs during a collision where only a small section reaches the electroweak transition temperature or energy, or in other words, an isolated electroweak plasma surrounded by normal vacuum, does it mean you have a region of thermal-field vacuum undergoing electroweak phase transition, surrounded by a region of normal vacuum? How do you characteristic this bubble? Or is it not possible? remember the usual scenario is that during the electroweak phase of the Big Bang, all of space and vacuum has uniform plasma and temperature.. here I'm describing an isolated electroweak plasma in small section of vacuum (surrounded by normal vacuum)