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Re: Anti Gravitational Force - Retraction

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Posted by yelmalio/">yelmalio on February 17, 2000 08:33:08 UTC

I take it you mean Zero Point Energy. Granted the vacuum is not "empty space" but more a quantum foam, from whence ZPE is derived, but I for one would put this into speculative physics.

S'Ok, I don't know what I'm talking about. Having a look around the web I found,

Which is an excellent description of the effects of a vacuum energy on Cosmology. As Ned says, it's interesting, needs investigation but the data is open to interpretation.


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