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Casimir Effect and relativity question(very basic approach)

  1. Aug 21, 2003 #1
    So, me and my slow brain came upon this article explaining the basic workings of the Casimir Effect.

    My Question is: Could this
    be because the space time is infinitely curved by this energy thus connecting all the points in the universe and so on(enableing wormholes).
    We can't observe this for the gravitational force we observe (matter) is added upon this curvature.
    I've probably missunderstood Einsteins theory somewhere, no I'm sure I have since most of my knowledge is based on articles and such...
    Would appreciate if someone could explain where I'm wrong, As I'm sure I am.

    *Disclaimer* Told you it was a basic approach
     
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