Hi, layman here. As I understand, the theoretical Heat Death of the universe would imply that the accelerating space expansion reaches an expansion rate so big that it takes bodies and eventually even fundamental particles apart, leaving them alone up to an ultimate point in which no particle could ever interact with any other since they would all be receding from each other at a rate faster than the speed of light. The universe would be dead for all practical purposes, since no interactions could happen anymore. My question is about such a Heat Death effect on Hadrons. Also according to my layman understanding, the strong nuclear force gets stronger with distance increase, explaining why hadrons can not be split into their constituent quarks. So my question is, would the Heat Death imply that even hadrons would eventually be stripped down into their constituent quarks, or would hadrons remain bound together up to the theoretical Heat Death final destiny? From the assertion that the strong nuclear force gets stronger with distance increase, it might seem that as space expands the strong force binding the hadrons would get stronger and stronger preventing them from ever becoming split into the constituent quarks? Thanks !