island Posted April 18, 2005 Share Posted April 18, 2005 "Spyguy" ? Anyway I don't think it's so easy to "scare" You away... Does this mean that I interpreted Your view correct this time or not ? Vacuum energy' date=' vacuum have gravity which pushes bodies apart, [/i'] The vacuum has negative pressure, so the gravity of the vacuum produces an antigravity effect that causes geodesics to diverge. the speed due to the push is not exceeding light but the creation of new vacuum causes that, As I said... I'm at a loss here, other than what SR says about it. important is that the push cancels out the normal grip of gravity between the bodies, The antigravity effect cancels with the total gravity of matter, so that mass-energy and vacuum energy nearly balance. energy don't have to be conserved since new energy is inserted from the vacuum Energy condensed from Einsteins static vacuum is replaced by a proportional increase in negative pressure, and so negative energy increases as well. This effect is only "virtual" without a high-energy photon interaction to make the condensed "island" of positive matter density into a real particle pair. Just an FYI to anyone that might be interested, but this is supposed to explain why observed antiparticles have positive mass, since condensed vaccum energy has postive mass density and pressure, whereas, it also explains the matter antimatter asymmetry, because the energy of the vacuum is less dense than matter is until you condense enough of it to achieve positive matter density and pressure. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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