zero-point energy


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ze·ro-point energy

(zîr′ō-point′, zē′rō-)
n.
The irreducible minimum energy possessed by a substance at absolute zero temperature.
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In this way, arose the concept of zero-point energy (ZPE), which is a term of the second Planck's radiation law, i.
1] Zero-point Energy, correction Energy, Enthalpy lengths, Gibbs free Energy are calculated and confirmed with other published theoretical data (Table 4).
The concept of zero-point energy was developed in Germany by Albert Einstein and Otto Stern in 1913, as a corrective term added to a zero-grounded formula developed by Max Planck in 1900.
What's more, integral theorist Ervin Laszlo's philosophical position regarding zero-point energy (I cannot in good conscience call it a theory) is far from being consonant with the scientific consensus; it's more accurately associated with the likes of Deepak Chopra than Richard Feynman.
From experiments with zero-point energy to quests for the Ark of the Covenant, this documents both occult pursuits and the shadow war fought in the last days of the Reich as Hitler's followers deployed flying saucers to try to save the Nazis' final Antarctic base.
The potential energy of the reactants, transition states, intermediates, and products are calculated at the B3LYP/6-311++G (2df, pd) level with thermal corrections and summarized in Table 1, and the energies are corrected by zero-point energy the exchange of energy and related gradient correction, in the past, many similar calculation of consider of higher synthesis efficiency of this method, it's calculation time is shorter, so we adopted the results of the B3LYP methods and 6-311++G (2df, pd) basis sets.
Inspired by the concept of Tachyon or Zero-point energy, every single detail in the design of the venue has been implemented toward the creation of an environment, which promises to aid relaxation and inspire creativity.
67[degrees]F (physicists have managed to get within a few billionths of a degree in the lab but in reality it's unachievable)--subatomic particles would still have motion from residual kinetic energy known as zero-point energy.
Among his topics are whether the zero-point energy is real, the role of space and the problem of localization in modern physics, quantum theory in the light of modern experiments, rational and irrational features in Pauli's life, the Swiss years of Albert Einstein, and a dialogue over boundaries between Pauli and C.
Boie pulls from Grand Unified Theory String Theory Zero-Point Energy the Doppler Effect and Relativity.
And there are geothermal heat exchangers, fuel cells, and the promise of zero-point energy.
I refer to studies about the power of prayer and meditation, the anthropoid principle, unified field research, and quantum indications of some of the traditional attributes of God, such as nonlocality (omnipresence) and zero-point energy (omnipotence).