Do quantum fluctuations require a field to first exist?

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  • Do quantum fluctuations require a field to first exist?


Answer #1 | 10/02 2014 08:58
No - a quantum fluctuation in nothing is the presumed origin of the universe.
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Answer #2 | 10/02 2014 20:20
That's a little tricky, it's like saying if an infinity of points all together is more than a point. A quantum fluctuation is a change of the zero point energy, quantum vacuum energy at a point. It's literally the change in the energy of nothing.
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