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    How to understand Vacuum: T=0K ?==.Physics (classical + quantum) lives under shadow of Vacuum.I want throw light on this Vacuum.Three theories explain the Vacuum T=0K :a) theory of ideal gas because its temperature is T=0K, b) QED theory because this theory explain interaction photon / electron not only with matter but with vacuum too, c) Eulerís equation: e^ i(pi) = - 1, because only in the negative vacuum T=0K can exist Ď virtual imaginaries particlesí which Euler described by his formula: e^ i(pi) + 1= 0.d) The global conservation of energy is infinite .And this infinite energy belong to the vacuum because that more than 90% of mass ( dark mass/energy ) is hidden in the vacuum .How to understand vacuum's infinity ?Vacuum's infinity has only one physical parameter: T=0K.Without Vacuum T=0K it is impossible to understand quantum particles.The physical parameter T=0T is the key to understand the essence of Existence. Without Vacuum T=0K there isnít Physics, there isnít Philosophy of Physics.===.====.Best wishes. Israel Sadovnik Socratus.==============.


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    How to understand Vacuum: T=0K
    How are you defining the temperature of a vacuum? According to classical thermodynamics, a vacuum doesn't have a temperature.

    QED theory because this theory explain interaction photon / electron not only with matter but with vacuum too
    What does that have to do with temperature?

    Euler’s equation: e^ i(pi) = - 1
    What does that have to do with either vacuum or temperature??

    The global conservation of energy is infinite
    There is something wrong with that sentence. How can "conservation" be infinite?

    And this infinite energy belong to the vacuum because that more than 90% of mass ( dark mass/energy ) is hidden in the vacuum How to understand vacuum's infinity ?
    What evidence do you have for infinite energy?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    How to understand Vacuum: T=0K
    How are you defining the temperature of a vacuum? According to classical thermodynamics, a vacuum doesn't have a temperature.

    QED theory because this theory explain interaction
    photon / electron not only with matter but with vacuum too
    What does that have to do with temperature?

    Eulerís equation: e^ i(pi) = - 1
    What does that have to do with either vacuum or temperature??

    The global conservation of energy is infinite
    There is something wrong with that sentence. How can "conservation" be infinite?

    And this infinite energy belong to the vacuum because that more
    than 90% of mass ( dark mass/energy ) is hidden in the vacuum.
    How to understand vacuum's infinity ?
    What evidence do you have for infinite energy?

    Do you want to understand quantum theory without the vacuum ?
    Do you want to understand the quantum virtual imaginaries particles
    without the vacuum and without Eulerís imaginary equation: e^ i(pi) = - 1?

    An useless work.
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    Do you want to answer questions so I can understand what you are talking about?

    Do you want to understand quantum theory without the vacuum ?
    Do you want to understand the quantum virtual imaginaries particles
    without the vacuum and without Euler’s imaginary equation: e^ i(pi) = - 1?
    Based on your history, I doubt anyone is going to learn anything much about these things from you.

    What does Euler's formula have to do with the vacuum?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Strange View Post
    Do you want to answer questions
    so I can understand what you are talking about?

    Do you want to understand quantum theory without the vacuum ?
    Do you want to understand the quantum virtual imaginaries particles
    without the vacuum and without Eulerís imaginary equation: e^ i(pi) = - 1?
    Based on your history,
    I doubt anyone is going to learn anything much about these things from you.

    What does Euler's formula have to do with the vacuum?
    The quantum virtual imaginaries particles must have
    a math formula and Euler gave this formula.
    =.
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    Quote Originally Posted by socratus View Post
    The quantum virtual imaginaries particles must have a math formula and Euler gave this formula.
    I am quite sure that virtual particles have mathematics describing them. I am curious why you think Euler's formula is relevant? Can you explain that?
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    Euler Identity within a new quantum theory.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=_XZGOGvuBlI&feature=endscreen

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    Could you provide a scientific reference rather than a video on yootoob (which might as well be kittens falling over for all I care).
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    Kittens would be better (and probably more scientific).
    I just subjected myself to ~40 seconds of that.

    Trash please.
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    After proving Euler's identity during a lecture, Benjamin Peirce,
    a noted American 19th-century philosopher, mathematician,
    and professor at Harvard University, stated that
    "it is absolutely paradoxical; we cannot understand it,
    and we don't know what it means, but we have proved it,
    and therefore we know it must be the truth."
    #
    Stanford University mathematics professor Keith Devlin said,
    "Like a Shakespearean sonnet that captures the very essence
    of love, or a painting that brings out the beauty of the human
    form that is far more than just skin deep, Euler's Equation reaches
    down into the very depths of existence."

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euler's_identity
    =====..

    "it is absolutely paradoxical; we cannot understand it,
    and we don't know what it means, . . . . .í
    . . . but . . .
    Ď Euler's Equation reaches down into the very depths of existence."
    ===..
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    Yeah, blah blah blah again.
    Do you have any actual science?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dywyddyr View Post
    Kittens would be better (and probably more scientific).
    I just subjected myself to ~40 seconds of that.

    Trash please.
    All my posts are not scientific, just some small ideas.
    So, dear Dywyddyr , you vain your time reading my posts.
    Cannot you find better business ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by socratus View Post
    All my posts are not scientific
    Then why post them on a science forum?
    Why persist in quoting (or fabricating quotes from) scientists?

    just some small ideas.
    Apart from the unfounded claims, you mean?

    So, dear Dywyddyr , you vain your time reading my posts.
    Nearly English! Well done.

    Cannot you find better business ?
    My time is mine. How I use (or waste) it is entirely my prerogative.
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    Quote Originally Posted by socratus View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dywyddyr View Post
    Kittens would be better (and probably more scientific).
    I just subjected myself to ~40 seconds of that.

    Trash please.
    All my posts are not scientific, just some small ideas.
    So, dear Dywyddyr , you vain your time reading my posts.
    Cannot you find better business ?
    =.
    All your posts have been devoid of scientific value, socratus. Many -- including me -- have tried to engage you in conversation, and you rudely ignore their questions. Your typical response is a word-salad wall-o'-text in which you present some other nonsense. I therefore conclude that you use this forum simply as an exercise in vanity.

    If you never intend to discuss actual science, I join the others here who recommend automatically sending your posts to the trash bin. There are enough other places on the net for your kind of gibberish (and a quick Google search reveals that you already have your own blog), so why not hang out there instead?
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    He's done exactly the same thing over on physforum. Nonsensical postings and no discussion.
    Its the way nature is!
    If you dont like it, go somewhere else....
    To another universe, where the rules are simpler
    Philosophically more pleasing, more psychologically easy
    Prof Richard Feynman (1979) .....

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