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Quantum Jitters?

by Daveman20
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Daveman20
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Aug24-10, 11:27 PM
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In an empty volume of space is it true that there are particles being spontaneously created and annihilated with their anti-particles? If so wouldn't that result in empty space always flashing with gamma rays making it not apparently empty?
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