Quantum Physics

   

Vacuum Fluctuations and the Creation of Particles and Their Shadow Antiparticles

Authors: V.A.I.Menon, M.Rajendran, V.P.N.Nampoori

The authors after showing that the confined helical wave structure of electron is a viable one proposes that its confinement is effected by the interactions with a virtual shadow antiparticle created by the vacuum fluctuations that could be explained on the basis of the uncertainty principle. It is suggested that the two negative energy solutions of the Dirac equation pertains to this shadow particle. These interactions allow vacuum to act like a thermal bath with the confined helical wave attaining a state of equilibrium. It is shown that this equilibrium is not destroyed even when it is in uniform translational motion. This invariance of the equilibrium to the velocity transformation is another way of looking at the theory of relativity. He suggests that other particles may be formed by the confinement of corresponding composite waves which have oscillations in the appropriate fields. This would allow us to generalize the approach based on the confined helical wave to cover all particles

Comments: 8 Pages. The contents of the paper were presented at the 27th Annual IAPT Convention and Seminar on "Recent Trends in Photonics" held during 2-4 November, 2012 at the International School of Photonics, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kochi, India

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