KPJ <email@example.com> wrote:
|The theory predicts that the total zero point energy in the vacuum to be
|infinite when summed over all the possible photon modes. The energy of the
|vacuum should act gravitationally and produce a large cosmological constant
|which would cause space-time to curl up.
|Anybody cleared up this inconsistency yet?
It appears as if Joe Trusnik <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
|Curl Up? I don't think I understand completely. Is this like
|space-warping? If so, can't that be just as useful as FTL travel? Or am I
|missing the concept completely?
In short steps:
0. The theory predicts that the total zero point energy in the vacuum to be
infinite when summed over all the possible photon modes.
ERGO: The theory contains an inconsistency.