Greetings ! I'd like to ask a few questions about Zero-Point energy: 1. I recently read about an experiment that was planned to attempt to connect the ZPE to inertia. The experiment includes a Casimir appareture with a laser beam that passes between the plates. If the ZPE is responsible for inertia then in theory the lack of some of it(due to the fact that low frequency particles can not be created in the shorter distance between the plates) will mean that light should travel at faster than c (c itself will change) through such "vacuum". Has this experiment been carried out (and what were its results of course ) ? 2. Has there been any SUCCESSFUL attempt of "extracting" ZPE or any successful theoretical proof that it is possible ? 3. Aren't the maximum and minimum wavelenghts that can be created limmited by the observable part of the Universe and the Planck lenght scale respectivly ? 4. Anything else that's intresting/new on the subject including links to really good (the really good ones are not that easy to find) sites on this (or stuff I may think about later). Thanks ! Live long and prosper.