Authors: Claus Wilhelm Turtur
The name "vacuum" is usually given to the space, out of which nothing can be taken with known methods. But it is well-known, that this vacuum is not empty, but it contains physical objects [Man 93], [Köp 97], [Lin 97], [Kuh 95]. This is also reflected within the Theory of General Relativity, namely by the cosmological constant Λ , which finally goes back to the gravitative action of the "mere space" [Goe 96], [Pau 00], [Sch 02]. Its name "cosmological constant" indicates, that the universe contains huge amounts of space, which lead to measureable effects, namely it influences the universe's rate of expansion [Giu 00], [Rie 98], [Teg 02], [Ton 03], [e1]. The crucial question of course is, whether it is possible to develop new methods, which allow to extract something from the vacuum, which could not be extracted up to now - some of those objects not visible directly up to now.
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[v1] 9 Sep 2011
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