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What does "virtual negative" actually mean?
everyone concentrates on positive things (electrical charge), but seemingly discards the negative side of things
Does a void contain a virtual negativeness?No. A void by definition doesn't contain anything, and virtual things by definition do not exist. So the answer is in fact no*no = definitively no (not to be confused with no x no = yes).
please do not put this in speculations, please discuss seriously.
Quote from: Thebox please do not put this in speculations, please discuss seriously.I don’t wish to sound discouraging, but I think you may have to explain/define a few things in order to have a serious discussion.“I am not talking about like a negativeness as in a battery or even magnet poles,” So, what are you talking about?“consider a void, empty of everything except space,” Is a void something or nothing? Is space something or nothing?“space itself being negative” What does this mean, and what is your evidence for it?“convertual positive particle” What is a convertual particle?“virtual negative space” What is the difference between “negative” and “virtual negative”?“Where does negative come from,” Negative what? Or do you mean “negativity”?This is by no means an exhaustive list of things that need to be explained/defined before any really serious discussion could start. Alan, of course, was right, so it might be good to start by saying how your "theory" gets round that.
space is something of absolute negativeness
move an object and observe space replacing the object
∑E/xyz=0? when xyz represent the volume of the void.
A convertual particle is a particle without body such as a photon that is neutralised energy that can be converted into energy.
the photon is positive charged but remains neutral until it has work to do?
If I read this rather unique notation correctly, it is saying that "the total amount of energy in a volume of[b] void[/b] is zero"?But the amount of energy in any accessible volume of void is zero, because there are no photons and neutrinos zipping through it, even if these originate from the cosmic background microwave radiation, and cosmic neutrinos.Would you classify a neutron and a neutrino as "convertual particles"? If they can travel through forces un-effected then yes, if they have no body then yes.