Relative Velocity of Material Change into a 3D Quantum Vacuum
According to the quantum theory of Max Planck quantum vacuum is build up from the 3 dimensional quanta of space l 3 p p. In this view massive objects and elementary particles move within a 3 dimensional physical space originated from the three dimensional quantum vacuum. It is shown in this paper that relative velocity of material change can be described within a 3 dimensional Euclidean space where time is merely a numerical order of material change, i. e., motion in a 3D space.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2012-06-01
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