# Re: Vacuum and virtual particles.

On Jun 16, 8:58 am, socratus <isra...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Vacuum and virtual particles.
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What is the basic substratum which can produce Energy
in the Universe ?
According to Quantum Physics it is some kind of
Infinite/ Eternal Energy Space of Vacuum.
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Where does the mass of the particle come from?
According to Quantum Physics from virtual particles.
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Einstein said,
/ . . .­ we have not proven that the Aether does not exist, we
have merely proven that we do not need it (for computations) /

It is correct 'that we do not need it (for computations) '.
But to understand behavior of elephant we must study savanna.
To understand behavior of whale we must study ocean.
And to study 'virtual energetic particles ' in Vacuum we must
know the characteristics of Vacuum.

What are Vacuum's characteristics ?
a)
The Universe as whole is Vacuum a Kingdom of Coldness.
Now the physicists think that this Kingdom of Coldness as
an Absolute Reference Frame in a state of T=2,7K
( after big bang ). But if somebody belief in big bang ,
he must take in calculation that T=2,7K expands and therefore
T=2,7K is temporary parameter and with time it will go to T= 0K.
b)
According to Quantum Physics the Vacuum (T= 0K) is some kind
of Homogeneous Space of the lowest ( the background ) level
of Energy: E= 0.
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So, we have two parameters of Vacuum.
Is it enough to understand all parameters of virtual particles
in the Vacuum without to spend money on searching the
'Higgs boson ' ?
( In 1964 Higgs had 'one big idea', which could hold a clue
to how matter in the universe got its mass in the billionth
of a second after the Big Bang.
At the European Centre for Nuclear Research
(CERN) in Switzerland the first Higgs boson
- nicknamed the ' God particle ' will actually observe . )

In my opinion these two parameters of Vacuum is enough
to understand the all parameters of virtual particles.
!!!

First .

If the Vacuum is some kind of Energetic Space, so according
to the Quantum Theory it must contains only
the physical - quantum - energetic particles.
The virtual energetic particles is not a ' pure philosophical
concept ' that is never observed in practice.
The Quantum Theory says that :
' Its effects can be observed in various phenomena
(such as spontaneous emission, the Casimir effect, the
van der Waals bonds, or the Lamb shift), and it is thought
to have consequences for the behavior of the Universe
on cosmological scales. '
/http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Vacuum_energy /.

Second.

The Vacuum is also the Homogeneous Space of the lowest
( the background ) level of temperature: T= 0K.
If the Vacuum is some kind of Energetic Space with the
lowest ( the background ) level of temperature: T= 0K, then all the
' Laws of the Theory of Ideal Gas ' we can apply to Vacuum.
' The Theory of Ideal Gas is not abstract theory.
It is impossible from abstract ' Theory of Ideal Gas' to create real
' Theory of Thermodynamics '.
Here is one of our ' paradoxes ' in Physics.

My conclusion.
According to Quantum Theory this Infinite/ Eternal
Energy Space create ¡® virtual energetic particles ¨C frozen light
quanta¡¯.
They are in the rest/ potential condition and they have following
physical parameters:
Geometrical form : C/D = pi ,
Potential energy ( a dark energy, positron, . . .etc ): E= Mc^2,
Potential mass ( a mass-lees, dark mass , . . . .etc ): R/N=k ,
Inner impulse : h = 0 ,
Mathematical formula : i^2= -1 .
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Electron has infinity energy after
interaction with Vacuum.
Why?
Maybe it is because the Electron only changed its visual
parameters on the unseen parameters and therefore
we call him ' virtual ' . . . ?
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What does ' The Law of Conservation and Transformation
of Energy/ Mass ' mean according to one single electron ?

What does 'The Law of Conservation and Transformation
of Energy/ Mass' mean according to ' the natural
virtual energetic particle' ?.
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Without Aether/ Vacuum physics makes no sense.
========== . .
Best wishes.

Einstein might say Fake Matter Theory.
.

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