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Have we observed an absolute void?

 
 
brianjakub
 
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Reply Sun 16 Jul, 2017 02:06 pm
@lieunacy,
An absolute void is space with no matter. But electromagnetic fields exist in this void. I think this suggests a structure to the void, maybe of virtual particles in near perfect coherence with each other, thus providing a basis to dark matter, dark energy, and the higgs boson /higgs field. So by definition I am sure at any one time there are perfect voids (void of matter) all over the universe. But I don't think there is a place in the universe without a field, or some sort of physical structure of virtual particles for the field to physically exist in. Even if the virtual particles are smaller than any piece of matter that could detect them, and are in such perfect coherence that they act as one particle. (Until one is broke free in a particle accelerator like when the Higgs Boson was discovered,
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