Authors: Valery P. Dmitriyev
Physical vacuum can be seen as a turbulent ideal fluid. Particles of matter originate from primordial inclusion in the fluid of the empty space. The proton is modeled by a hollow bubble stabilized due to positive perturbation of the averaged turbulence energy and accompanying drop of the pressure on the wall of the cavity.
The antiproton can be created only in the pair with the proton: extracting from the medium a ball V of the fluid and inserting it into another place of the medium. The intrusion into the medium of the redundant void thus performed is concerned with a huge amount of the energy p0V needed in order to expand the fluid by the volume V against the background pressure p0. Still, because of the free energy of the system tendency to decrease, the redundant void will be shortly canceled to the continuum.
Creation of the electron–positron pair requires a relatively small energy ~p0ΔV, where ΔV << V, which is the work of the elastic deformation of the turbulent medium. The resulting radial stress arising in the turbulent fluid corresponds to the electric field of the elementary charge. The system can be stabilized merging the small cavity ΔV of the positron with the large bubble V of a neutron.
Thus, the total number of protons turns out to be equal to total number of electrons, where, being a void, the proton should be classified as particle, and, being an islet of the fluid, the electron should be classified as antiparticle.
Key words: physical vacuum, turbulent fluid, cavities, particles, antiparticles.
Comments: 6 pages
[v1] 29 Oct 2011
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