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Virtual particles are not needed to explain the Casimir force.
Ok I'll bite How would you explain it Lightarrow?
Although the Casimir effect can be expressed in terms of virtual particles interacting with the objects, it is best described and more easily calculated in terms of the zero-point energy of a quantized field in the intervening space between the objects. This force has been measured, and is a striking example of an effect purely due to second quantization.
I never say that.Could answer my questions pleasse? Thank veri much.
And this make me want to puke.."United States Patent #7,379,286 has recently been granted to Jovion Corp., which is associated with the University of Colorado, to exploit a different aspect of the Casimir effect. (See ). Namely, a thermal effect, by which gas passing through Casimir "strips" or "tunnels" is heated.The Wikipedia article does not explain how the Casimir effect could have a thermal aspect like this. Can someone add this to the article please? 5 February 2009 (UTC)Casimir effect restricts longer wavelength vacuum flucuations between 2 closely spaced conductive plates. The plates will be drawn together due to this difference in ratio of short to long vacuum flucuations between the plates VS outside the plates. If the plates are braced apart you create a permanent exclusion zone to the longer wavelength vacuum flucuations where gas atoms experience an anomalous effect broiled in controversey. Dr Mills of Black Light power coined the term "hydrino" with very specific properties outlined in his classical Grand Unified theory most controversial of which is a subzero state orbital. Professor Moddel and Bernard Haisch do not describes a hydrino as defined by Dr Mills; Their SED based theory describes different properties and the way they arrive at it is very different but they also describe an atom that "spins down" below zero state. I contend that the orbital is not subzero but rather temporal axis displacement as already suggested by Professor Jan Naudts in wikipedias hydrino controversey timeline. My only contribution to his suggestion is that a covalent bond is essential to "lock" orbital orientation while inside the exclusion to turn the covalent orbitals into a bucket that forces chaotic Vacuum flux to accumulate organized boundaries as the new molecule tries to exit and finally causes the bond to fail releasing the signature black light plasma as nature restores the atoms to mon atomic energy levels. theoretically the heat could keep the atoms disassociated and the procedure could repeat endlessly supported by the statistical proportion of atoms reforming as H2 while inside an exclusion field Vs outside - Thermally this may actually be a balancing act to prevent the cavities from overheating and melting closed."I want to patent gravity..And thought..I know I can do that in the States..Sh*.==And, your genes Awh, seems I'm too late on that one..But thought is still open, isn't it?I can always patent the universe though?Patents, your new way of living.. (You know, sometimes the game-rules we humans make each other play by becomes just too stupid for thought. The American way of contending all foreign patents at the same time as they think it possible to patent stuff like genes, the Casimir effect, etc. It's getting to be a cosmic joke, with humanity going out in war on who 'own' what 'constant' 'gene' whatever. We're copy cats, not inventors. But those greedy will always look for 'new angles'.)