Classical Physics


A Different Assessment: "From Small to Large" and "From Nothing to Existing"

Authors: Sotiri Karanikola

If a beginning point is unavoidable for everything that exists, a different approach can be presented at the zero- point. From the smallest particle to the largest object, and from the lowest energy level to the highest energies, this difference entails going beyond the configurations and processes that arise in various related embodiments. If something can exist from nothing, so can that thing disappear. The existence of zero-point has to be determined with the least amount of mistakes, only then the path to disappearance becomes clear. The term vacuum means the temporary or permanent disappearance of matter and energy and the return to zero in the fields forming the space which is filled by matter and energy. Zero points are the fields with potential. This potential is in a state of equilibrium with the potential of matter and energy. This can be likened to the energy (x) time uncertainty, but there is the effect of vacuum instead of time here. This equilibrium or disequilibrium is the main characteristic on which the model is based. The process beginning from the zero-point creates two structures opposed to each other that can be damping each other like the same waves. Positive energy and negative energy. These energies, not only opposed to each other but also interconnected, became the raw material of the particles. As the enormous vacuum field filled with enormous positive and enormous negative energy, how come did such tiny particles form and our universe come into existence? This transformation depends on the behavioural characteristics of negative and positive energies. Types of particles are formed when these energies gathered in different combinations. However, positive and negative energy did not only form the particles but also made the particles move. Due to the vacuum (x) energy equilibrium I mentioned above, the particles again faced disappearance. Thus, the vacuum (x) energy equilibrium turned into an existence-disappearance equilibrium. This led to the emergence of all forces.

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