Universe a sea of positrons and electrons
The most commonly accepted theory for the Universe creation is the Big-Bang theory, stating that the Universe has expanded from a singularity which contained all presently existing material and energy. This theory is often deemed by scientists as incomplete as it lacks an explanation of what created the initial, pre-creation, conditions. As the universe may be assumed to have originally been a vacuum without electrical charge, which is an electrical instability, the whole universe would spontaneously be created of electron-positron pair production, a sea of positrons and electrons.
Dirac’s quantum field theory was a beginning, but it explained only one aspect of the electromagnetic interactions between radiation and matter. During the following years other theorists began to extend Dirac’s ideas to form a comprehensive theory of quantum electrodynamics (QED) that would account fully for the interactions of charged particles not only with radiation but also with one another.
According to QED, a vacuum is filled with electron-positron fields.
Quantum mechanic’s uncertainty principle mention that nothing is completely at rest there is constantly active motion, even in a vacuum, electron-positron particles are continually formed and cancelling each other out.
The conclusions in my book are based on mainstream science, and it is a logical extension of the work of some of our greatest scientific minds.
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- Language: English
- Format: Kindle Edition
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- Print Length: 60 pages
- Publisher: Books on Demand; 1 edition (28 Feb. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: Swedish English