Scientists claim to have created matter from nothing and to have proven the Schwinger Effect correct.
A group of scientists announced a startling discovery: they were able to create matter from nothing. According to a report in Big Think, the experiment was carried out in January 2022, in which strong electric fields were created in a simple laboratory leveraging the unique properties of grapheme, allowing the creation of particle-antiparticle pairs from nothing at all. It should be noted, however, that there is no such thing as truly empty space, according to physical laws. There are quantum fields
The latest experiment, according to Big Think, proved that a theory shared 70 years ago was correct.
One of the founders of quantum field theory, Julian Schwinger, proposed that the Universe can create something out of nothing.
The Schwinger effect is a theory that predicted a phenomenon in which a strong electric field creates matter. The predictive model is based on quantum electrodynamics (QED), which states that electron-positron pairs form spontaneously in the presence of an electric field.
The latest experiment by University of Manchester researchers will help scientists understand how the Universe can create something from nothing. Researchers became interested in the phenomenon after studying the Big Bang theory, which led to the creation of the universe as we know it.
The Schwinger effect has never been observed in a laboratory setting before.
Until now, all theories held that it could only occur in high-energy regions such as black holes and neutron stars.
On Earth, laser facilities generate extremely powerful electric fields, but even with the most powerful of these, the creation of matter has never been successful.
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