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|Posté le: Ven 29 Déc - 09:21 (2017) Sujet du message: Composite Superfluid Spacetime Universe
This idea is a spin off from the EM Drive forum and is an extension of my limited understanding of the superfluid vacuum theory and the polarizable quantum vacuum. What does this have to do with spaceflight?
If we are better able understand the "Luminiferous aether," then the more likely it is that we'll be able to efficiently manipulate that aether to our own ends.
If the particle/antiparticle pairs are simply counter rotating vortices, then they would cancel each other out when they combine, transferring the sum of their energy into other nearby vortices via force carrier particles. The prevalence of matter over antimatter could be explained by the direction of spin of the composite superfluid spacetime universe (CSSU), since the prevailing spin direction would be what is generating the majority of particles/vortices to begin with.
The fact that each of the fundamental particle pairs can be created out of the quantum vacuum (Dirac Sea) by applying enough energy might be another easily explained consequence of the CSSU theory. The energy required for pair production should be analogous to the lambda point of the superfluid the particles/vortices are made from. Different superfluid components, each having their own lambda point, result in different, discreet energy requirements for the creation of each type of particle/antiparticle pair.
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