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- November 18, 2018 at 5:37 pm #6688SadovnikParticipant
The Universe from Zero Vacuum : T=0K.
Book: The Fermi Solution, page 37-38.
”: something seems wrong with our idea of the vacuum.
It is we who abhor a vacuum, who recoil from the stillness
of the void as from an open grave.”
/ by Hans Christian von Baeyer /
Why everything was started from Zero Vacuum ?
Because there is fundamental fact in Nature :
a) The critical density in the whole Universe is so small
( 9.9 x 10^-30 g/cm^3) that its masses cannot ”close”
the Universe into sphere and therefore the Universe
as whole is ”open”- flat.
And because the Universe (as whole) is homogeneous and isotropic
therefore its density ( 9.9 x 10^-30 g/cm^3 ) must always remain
constant. It means that the Universe (as whole) is infinite flat and cold.
(after every cosmic flat homogeneous horizon there is
other one and so, and so, and so. . . )
b) The CMBR parameter T=2,7K is not constant.
It is temporal and will go down to infinite T= 0K.
But what to do with ‘infinity” we don’t know and therefore
we try to escape (throw out) the concept of ‘infinity”.
The infinite (eternal) vacuum has one physical parameter: T=0K
and therefore we can use many theories
to understand condition of T=0K continuum :
1) Theory of ideal gas (because its temperature is T=0K )
2) Hawking black hole radiation (because its temperature is T=0K )
3) Bose-Einstein condensate (because its temperature is T=0K )
4) Dark energy ( is some kind of vacuum’s infinite energy )
5) Dark matter ( consist of Dirac’s virtual particles, antiparticles )
6) SRT ( explains behavior of quantum particles in nothingness )
7) QT ( explains behavior of quantum particles with matter)
Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation (CMBR) was proved
that Big Bang theory is correct.
Have you see the waves on the surface of sea ?
But deep down of the sea , you know, the picture is different.
Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation (CMBR ) is only surface of
infinite zero vacuum.
Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation (CMBR) is a false vacuum.
Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation (CMBR ) is result of work
(fluctuation) of virtual particles.
Deep down of the ‘Dirac’s sea’ is state of zero vacuum T=0K
with potential negative virtual particles: – E=Mc^2.
And according to the ‘Law of conservation and transformation energy/mass’
these virtual negative particles can change their potential state
into real active positive particles with energy E=hf.
( Casimir effect, Lamb shift )
Quantum effects (fluctuations) are dominate in the Universe.
The Great-Fool Theory.
Once upon a time (maybe 14 billion years ago) all
the matter of the Universe was squeezed into a
”singular-point” by the Gravity power.
Why this Great theory is fool ?
a) two electrons in the Universe would not allow
such scenario, because they hate each other.
b) the power of each electron is about 10^40 times
stronger than Gravity power.
All modern technology and discoveries (from CERN to
Artificial Intelligence ) need conditions of Zero Vacuum.
Without T=0K there isn’t progress and we cannot understand
the essence of Quantum physics, but
today we don’t know the structure of T=0K and
we refuse to take T=0K as the basis of Physics.
The zero vacuum is still dismissed by the majority of scientists, but
”When the next revolution rocks physics, chances are it will be
about nothing—the vacuum, that endless infinite void.”
It is time to take Vacuum (T=0K) seriously.
Israel Sadovnik Socratus
- November 19, 2018 at 3:16 pm #6691AshishParticipant
When the next revolution rocks physics, chances are it will be about nothing—the vacuum, that endless infinite void.
So big bang says that the universe came from a singularity and you are saying that it came from nothing? How did the T=0K become billions of degrees of temperature in the sun?
BTW, the vacuum of quantum theory is different; it is just energy from which a pair of particle and antiparticle are created. It is never T=0K.
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