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Re: interesting secondary phenomonea

Original poster: Mike <megavolts61@xxxxxxxxx>

Original poster: "Gav D" <gdingley@xxxxxxxxx>

Hi Mike,
that's what I thought actually, but I wasn't going to say it. Virtual
photons in the zero-point flux turn into electron-positron pairs,
which are electrical dipoles, and so polarize. I just rather hoped
there may have been a simpler/more sensible answer!

Hey Gavin,
I honestly don't know how a vacuum cap stores energy, but the pair production is about as good an explanation as any....At least until someone tells us a better explanation. Dang it....now I'm gonna have to think about it....lol...hope it doesn't give me a nosebleed. haha

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