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Some new results concerning the vacuum in Diracís hole theory
Posted on Monday, July 10, 2006 @ 23:20:15 GMT by vlad

Science by Dan Solomon/ Rauland-Borg Corporation

In Dirac’s hole theory (HT), the vacuum state is generally believed to be the state of minimum energy. It will be shown that this is not, in fact, the case and that there must exist states in HT with less energy than the vacuum state. It will be shown that energy can be extracted from the HT vacuum state through application of an electric field.

...In the following discussion, a specified electric field will be applied to a system that is initially in the HT vacuum state. The vacuum electrons are perturbed by the electric field according to the Dirac equation. The change in energy of each vacuum electron can be calculated. For the specific electric field used in this paper, the change in energy of each vacuum electron will be shown to be negative. This means that the total change in the vacuum energy will be negative since the change in the vacuum energy is the sum of the change in the energy of each vacuum electron. Therefore energy has been extracted from the vacuum state producing a new state whose energy is negative with respect to the initial unperturbed vacuum state...

Published in Physica Scripta 74 (2006) 117-122 (doi:10.1088/0031-8949/74/1/015)

Online at: http://www.iop.org/EJ/abstract/1402-4896/74/1/015/



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Re: Some new results concerning the vacuum in Diracís hole theory (Score: 1)
by vlad on Sunday, July 23, 2006 @ 18:08:01 GMT
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Dear Vlad,

Just from glancing over the introduction of the paper, I was reminded of the work of Dr. Randall Mills on "CQM" (Classical Quantum Mechanics) which addresses the apparent existence of orbital states *below* what is usually taken to be the ground state in plasma ions.

Both Dr. Mills' theory and the particle theory of Dave Bergman predict such states, but upon different bases. The situation appears to be not unlike that of HT versus QFT for the quantum vacuum. The problems are, in that sense, somewhat parallelled.

Moreover, I think it might be possible to bring the concept of particle structure (Bergman theory and Mills theory) into the picture to resolve issues in both QFT and HT, as some of the comments about behavior of electrons in the negative energy state would have to relate (I think) to issues of function (hence behavior) versus particle structure. (In other words, form follows function, AND vice-versa, symmetrically.)

The unique way each of these men (Mills and Bergman) look at the electron ought to shed quite a bit of light on the matter.

I will spend a few days considering the paper and get back to you with some comments you can publish.

Yours truly,

Mark A. Solis
Chief Project Scientist
W2 energy, Inc.

(See Mark's comment: A Commentary On Vacuum Energy on the main page).

Re: Some new results concerning the vacuum in Diracís hole theory (Score: 1)
by vlad on Sunday, July 16, 2006 @ 21:52:11 GMT
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Dr Hait writes (in response to my request for comments): Hi

Thank your for asking.

The popular view of the "vacuum state" assumes field activity to be random, because of Heisenberg's obsolete "uncertainty principle." As a result, they are unable to devise a working device able to "foretell" what the state will be in order to know how to utilize it for any purpose.

However, an examination of resonant fields reveals that those fields aren not random at all, but PSEUDORANDOM, and therefore, predictable. Only when one understands these most basic operations can one expect to construct any device capable of reorganizing its abundant energy into any more commonly useful form.

See the book: "Resonant Fields, the fundamental mechanism of physics made easy to understand" at www.rmrc.org

Thank you
Dr. Hait

[Thsnk you for your comments Dr. Hait - Vlad]

Re: Some new results concerning the vacuum in Diracís hole theory (Score: 1)
by Albersawa (Singularities_R_Us) on Sunday, July 16, 2006 @ 18:03:30 GMT
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I am studying this paper and its implications.  I can only approach the quantum mechanical formalism but I assume it speaks at high energy voltages stressing the "not-vacuum".   I will offer a critique when I can talk both in their terms and in my terms of vacuum polarization.   

Negative energy density for a Dirac-Maxwell field (Score: 1)
by vlad on Wednesday, April 23, 2008 @ 21:48:35 GMT
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Tom Bearden writes: Particularly see Dan Solomon, "Negative energy density for a Dirac-Maxwell field." 1999. Available at gr-qc/9907060. See http://eprintweb.org/S/authors/All/so/Solomon [eprintweb.org] .

Abstract: It is well known that there can be negative energy densities in quantum field theory. Most of the work done in this area has involved free non-interacting systems. In this paper we show how a quantum state with negative energy density can be formulated for a Dirac field interacting with an Electromagnetic field. It will be shown that, for this case, there exist quantum states whose average energy density over an arbitrary volume is a negative number with an arbitrarily large magnitude.


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