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PostPosted: Thu Jun 15, 2006 9:29 am    Post subject: Virtual-particles at-a-distance. Reply with quote

$$ Virtual-particles at-a-distance.
$$ What is THEORETiCALLY between ADjACENT virtual particles?.
$$
$$ Y.Porat wrote: > > Igor wrote: > > Robert wrote:
Quote:
As I understand it, Einstein's theory of General Relativity (GR)
seems to describe gravity as being caused by curved space-time
alone. No gravitons are necessary. However, quantum field theory
is said to predict the existence of a graviton (which is massless,
like a photon) and it is through the interaction of gravitons that
gravity is produced.

A comprehensive theory of quantum gravity that actually works has
never been found. It's still elusive.

On the surface it seems as if these are two totally imcompatible
world views. One has go to go. Well, in discussions here and
elsewhere we always get the same result. Some people say "Yes,
these two views are really imcompatible" while another groups
saus "No, you're crazy, they are totally compatible."

Actually, they might not be as incompatible as they appear to be.
There's an already established example, in electrodynamics. We
can think of things in terms of electric and magnetic fields
governed by Maxwell's equations or we can say that interactions
occur through the exchange of virtual photons as described by
quantum-electrodynamics. The two are fully compatible.
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exchange of virtual photons is
exchange of pomous crooks physics

and it is good for virtual physics !!
and a huge waist of human resources!

(and very good for peole who make a nice living and income
out of it > > > > not very difdferent than 500 years a go .)

Y.Porat > ---------------------------------------
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