Imagine for one moment that a bubble arises out of dirac's sea. This bubble is a summmation of brane worlds?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

This bubble encloses all possible dimensions? The Dirac sea is an interpretation of the negative energy states that comprises the vacuum In physics, a vacuum is the absence of matter (molecules, atoms...) in a volume of space. A partial vacuum is expressed in pressure units. The SI unit of pressure is pascal (Pa). It can also be expressed as a percentage of atmospheric pressure using the bar or barometer scale.

Degrees of vacuum

atmospheric pressure = 760 torr or 100 kPa

vacuum cleaner = around 300 torr or 40 kPa

mechanical vacuum pump = around 10 millitorr or 1.3 Pa

near earth outer space = around 10-6 torr or 130 μPa

pressure on the Moon = around 10-8 torr or 1.3 μPa

interstellar space = around 10-10 torr or 13 nPa

The Dirac sea of particles and antiparticles is part of the foundation of modern quantum theory.

Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac

Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac, (August 8 1902 - October 20 1984) was a physicist and a founder of the field of quantum physics.

BiographyDirac was born in Bristol, Gloucestershire, England. In 1926 he developed a version of quantum mechanics, which included “Matrix Mechanics” and “Wave Mechanics” as special cases.

In 1928, building on Pauli's work on nonrelativistic spin systems, he derived the Dirac equation, a relativistic equation describing the electron. This allowed Dirac to formulate the Dirac sea and predict the existence of the positron, the electron's anti-particle; the positron was subsequently observed by Anderson in 1932. Dirac explained the origin of quantum spin as a relativistic phenomenon.

The "sea" has an infinite background charge and may play a role in the perceptions of spacetime

In special relativity and general relativity, time and three-dimensional space are treated together as a single four-dimensional manifold called spacetime (alternatively, space-time). A point in spacetime may be referred to as an event. Each event has four coordinates (t, x, y, z); or, in angular coordinates, t, r, θ, and φ. structures.

Dirac studied the electron in complex spacetime

In special relativity and general relativity, time and three-dimensional space are treated together as a single four-dimensional manifold called spacetime (alternatively, space-time). A point in spacetime may be referred to as an event. Each event has four coordinates (t, x, y, z); or, in angular coordinates, t, r, θ, and φ.

, Dirac published the Dirac equation. With the Dirac formalism, electron description is a particle to the proton. After others (including Hermann Weyl, Robert Oppenheimer, and Igor Tamm) disproved this possibility, Dirac predicted a new particle, the positron. If negative energy is transformed into a positive energy state, the energy is perceived as a positron. Positron is the antiparticle of electron. Positrons are produced through pair production (bipolar coupling).

In relativistic quantum mechanics, Dirac's equation admits both positive and negative energy states. So, what is there to prevent a fermion from constantly radiating away energy, resulting in lesser and lesser energy, resulting in a huge instability? Dirac proposed almost all the negative energy states are filled by a sea of negative energy fermions. In modern treatments of quantum field theory, the Dirac sea is subtly introduced by having different definitions for the occupation number for positive and negative frequency decompositions.

The model of a negative energy "sea" of electrons has critics.

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