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- Connections Between Thermodynamics, Statistical Mechanics, Quantum Mechanics, and Special Astrophysical Processes
- Fifty Years of the Dynamical Casimir Effect
- Quantum Vacuum Energy and the Casimir Effect
- Conversion of Zero Point Energy Into High-Energy Photons
- Whether an Enormously Large Energy Density of the Quantum Vacuum Is Catastrophic
- An Alternative Approach to Estimate the Vacuum Energy Density of Free Space
- Faster-Than-Light Space Warps, Status and Next Steps
- Introduction to Quantum Field Theory I
- Lectures on Faster-Than-Light Travel and Time Travel
- Vacuum Energy and the Cosmological Constant Puzzle
- On Spacetime Quantum Duality and Bounce Cosmology of a Dual Universe
- Path Integrals in Quantum Physics 3
- ZERO POINT ENERGY." As Stated in Our Initial Response Letter, Dated 6 August 2014, Your Request Was Assigned Case Number 78752
- Casimir Effect and Vacuum Energy
- Neutrino Speed Can Exceed the Speed of Light Within the Frame Work of the Generlized Special Relativity and Savckas Model
- Is the Free Vacuum Energy Infinite?
- Correlation Functions and Diagrams
- Is the Zero-Point Energy Real?
- The Light Velocity Casimir Effect
- Zero Point Energy As Sea of Energy Namwetako JS* and Murunga GSW Department of Physics and University of Eldoret, Kenya
- Geometrical Formulation of Quantum Fields
- Quantum Mechanical Explanation for Dark Energy, Cosmic Coincidence, Flatness, Age, and Size of the Universe
- QED Response of the Vacuum
- Zero-Point Energy and Vacuum Speculations
- Arxiv:1402.1087V2 [Quant-Ph]
- A Resolution of the Vacuum Energy Problem
- Vacuum Energy and Cosmological Constant: Brought to You by CORE View from Condensed Matter
- Casimir Vacuum Energy and the Semiclassical Electron
- Physics 215A: Particles and Fields Fall 2017
- Extraction of Zero-Point Energy from the Vacuum: Assessment of Stochastic Electrodynamics-Based Approach As Compared to Other Methods
- Time Contraction: the Possibility of Faster Than Light Without Violation of Lorentz Transformation Or Causality and the Vacuum Energy Dependent Azzam Almosallami