Brandon West | Waking Times
Everything in the entire universe, everything that you and I perceive to be solid matter, is actually not matter at all.
All the space around us is pure energy which we will call vacuum energy. Not only that, but this vacuum energy is infinitely dense.
The reality that you and I have been led to believe in is a lie. The only truly dense thing in this universe is the apparent empty space all around us, and whenever we see objects, hold them, touch them, or otherwise… that is most likely due to a gradient within the infinite density of the vacuum energy which gives off a little oscillation of energy slow enough for our senses to perceive it.
Here is the evidence.
Infinite Vacuum Energy in Quantum Physics
This is not a fringe theory. This is fundamental to the accepted physics paradigms of quantum theory which deal specifically with the level of the universe where all things are energy, or at least where they oscillate between energy and form.
As quoted in one of the most fundamental physics textbooks, Gravitation, by three of the most highly influential physicists of the 20th Century, Charles Misner, Kip Thorne, and John Archibald Wheeler:
“…present day quantum field theory “gets rid by a re-normalization process” of an energy density in the vacuum that would formerly be infinite if not removed by this re-normalization.” (Gravitation, p.426)
In other words, they accept that the vacuum structure – allegedly empty space – is infinitely dense, but instead of dealing with infinity directly they attempt to re-normalize this value.
On the one hand it is logical to attempt to re-normalize infinity, because after all, it is easier to plug a definite number into an equation than it is to use infinity.
But on the other hand, in the world outside of mathematics, to not accept the infinite density of vacuum energy is to avoid a truthful perceptual experience and understanding of reality. On the topic of re-normalization, Nassim Haramein can add to this conversation:
“To understand this [the infinite energy density of the vacuum] better, physicists applied a principle of “re-normalization”, using a fundamental constant to cut off the number and get a finite idea of how dense the vacuum energy must be, with all its vibrations. The cut-off value used was the Planck’s distance or length, named after the great physicist Max Planck, who is considered to be the founder of quantum theory. This value is thought to be the smallest vibration possible.” (To Infinity and Beyond: Transcending Our Limitations by Nassim Haramein)
The irony of the situation is that when they tried to re-normalize the “energy density in the vacuum that would formerly be infinite” they came up with a value that was not much better.