Energy devices question

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I was reading through energy devices and i want to know if this statement is true.

"Today we know that one cubic centimeter of pure vacuum contains enough energy to condense into 1080 – 10120 grams of matter!"
 

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the 10 is to the 80th
the other 10 is to the 120th power
 
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bogdan
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Just an opinion...
To obtain energy from vacuum you have to lower the energy of the vacuum, which is impossible because the vacuum has the lowest possible energy...even if it is not 0...
So ?
 
  • #4
No. See this thread: https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?s=&postid=19082 . There are probably about 6e-16 joules in a cubic centimeter of vacuum -- enough in a cubic meter to create maybe 3-4 atoms or so. Nowhere near a single gram, by around a factor of ~10^23
 

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