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    God-particle (without Nobel Prize) and Vacuum (without gravity clothes)
    To discover so-called God - particle ( Nobel Prize in 2013)
    was needed two conditions : deep vacuum and high energy.
    But the CERN project says:
    if energy is higher and vacuum is deeper then it is possible
    to discover some kind of a new particles.
    Question: what is the deepest vacuum in the Universe?
    My answer:
    the deepest vacuum in the Universe is cosmic zero vacuum T=0K.
    Question: what can be the highest energy?
    My answer:
    the cosmic zero vacuum T=0K continuum is itself some kind
    of infinite energy continuum.
    What is zero vacuum T=0K ?
    Zero vacuum has the same T=0K temperature as ''ideal gas''
    and therefore i use ''Theory of ideal gas'' to understand
    zero vacuum continuum.
    According to J.Charle's law ( 1787) : when the temperature falls 1 degree,
    the volume decreases 1/273. And when the temperature reaches -273
    degree the volume disappears and particles become " flat figures ".
    Charle's law* was confirmed by other physicists: Gay-Lussac, Planck,
    Nernst, Einstein .
    These " flat figures " have the geometrical form of a circle, as from
    all flat figures the circle has the most optimal form.
    So, the primary elementary quantum particle has geometrical form
    of membrane-circle: c/d=pi= 3,1415 . . . .
    Every vacuum region (R) has the same numbers of
    particles - Avogadro’s numbers* N(a).
    Then every single quantum particle has Boltzmann constant
    potential molar-mass R/ N(a)=k. (virtual particle)
    Zero vacuum is some kind of infinite energy (E) with infinite
    mass (M) of Boltzmann k-particles. Then every k-particle
    has potential energy: +/- E/M=c^2. (virtual particle)
    In vacuum quantum potential energy has potential impulse h=0.
    Heat is result of some kind of chaotic movements of particles.
    In thermodynamics the heat is explained by the formula: E=kT (logW)
    It means: chaotic movements of molar-masses k- particles create heat.
    Energy is result of Plank's (h) "quantum of action" : E=h*f.
    In my opinion it means - the potential energy:* +/- E/M=c^2 can
    by ''transformation -fluctuation . . .'' jump trough so called
    ''quantum tunneling phenomena'' and be real particle.
    Such vacuum effects were observed.
    1) “ Its effects can be observed in various phenomena
    (such as spontaneous emission, the Casimir effect, the
    van der Waals bonds, or the Lamb shift), and it is thought
    to have consequences for the behavior of the Universe
    on cosmological scales. “
    / Vacuum energy - Wikipedia /
    2) Chalmers scientists create light from vacuum ... acuum.aspx
    And Newton wrote:
    ‘'For the basic problem of philosophy seems to be to discover
    the forces of nature from the phenomena of motions
    and then to demonstrate the other phenomena from these forces.’'
    Without heat the Universe is an Absolute Zero Cold Kingdom.
    Without "quantum of action" the Universe is dead continuum.
    The interaction between energy and heat created the material
    Universe but . . . but until today nobody explained the interaction
    between E= h*f and E=kT (logW).
    My conclusion.
    Vacuum is not nothingness.
    If vacuum can somehow create light, particles and heat then it is
    possible that universe and existence started from the infinite vacuum
    continuum T=0K and not " the famous Higgs boson" but the
    well-known Boltzmann / Planck / Einstein particle is real "God particle"
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    Last edited by socratus; 10-05-2018, 12:12 PM.

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    Today the concept of an ''Ideal Gas'' is adopted
    in scientific community as an abstract model in
    thermodynamics but if ''ideal gas'' and zero vacuum have
    equal temperature then situation is different.
    In 1854, . . . Helmholtz realized that the laws of
    thermodynamics could be applied to the universe as a whole,
    meaning that everything around us, including the stars and
    galaxies, would eventually have to run down.
    / Book: Parallel Worlds , page 289, by Michio Kaku /