Zero point energy

It seems to be time to start looking into “zero-point energy” for a while, and see if there is any way to resolve whether it is a promising source of assistance in dressing and keeping the earth.

“…one consequence of the zero-point field is an attractive force between two uncharged, perfectly conducting parallel plates, the so-called “Casimir effect.”


Author: Astrobiology Associates

Senior data analyst at Astrobiology Associates

One thought on “Zero point energy”

  1. One thing we learn from the controversy over zero-point energy is that there are severe limitations to our knowledge of the universe. Theory predicts an energy in vacuum that is 120 orders of magnitude larger than what is observed.


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