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Current issue   Ukr. J. Phys. 2016, Vol. 61, N 5, p.413-431
doi:10.15407/ujpe61.05.0413    Paper

Fiscaletti D.1, Sorli A.2

1 SpaceLife Institute
(San Lorenzo in Campo (PU), Italy; e-mail: spacelife.institute@gmail.com)
2 Foundations of Physics Institute
(Idrija, Slovenia; e-mail: sorli.amrit@gmail.com)

About a Three-Dimensional Quantum Vacuum as the Ultimate Origin of Gravity, Electromagnetic Field, Dark Energy ... and Quantum Behavior

Section: General Problems of Theoretical Physics
Original Author's Text: English

Abstract: A unification model where matter is a structure of energy of a three-dimensional quantum vacuum and diminishes its energy density is proposed. Mass and gravity are carried by variable energy density of the three-dimensional quantum vacuum. Electric field and magnetic field are carried by regions of polarized quantum vacuum generated by appropriate oscillations depending on fluctuations of the quantum vacuum energy density. The quantum behavior of matter derives directly from elementary energy fluctuations of the three-dimensional quantum vacuum. Dark energy is itself energy of the three-dimensional quantum vacuum.

Key words: space-time, time, three-dimensional quantum vacuum, mass, gravity, electro-magnetic field, quantum physics, dark energy.

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