The Zero-Point Oscillations in the Planck Vacuum State and Its Coordinate Uncertainty


  •   William C. Daywitt


This short paper argues that the charged quantum oscillators in the quasi-continuum Planck vacuum (PV) state are responsible for the zero-point oscillations in that state. The Planck particle (PP) quantum energy levels for the oscillators are derived from first principles. The PV coordinate uncertainty concerning the PV structure easily follows from these results.

Keywords: PP Oscillator, Zero-Point Oscillations, PV Coordinate Uncertainty


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Daywitt, W. 2021. The Zero-Point Oscillations in the Planck Vacuum State and Its Coordinate Uncertainty. European Journal of Engineering and Technology Research. 6, 4 (May 2021), 13-15. DOI: