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When someone talks about quantum field, the feeling of ethe just popps up to me. I don't know why.
 
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When someone talks about quantum field, the feeling of ethe just popps up to me. I don't know why.
Me too. The lack of an aether that would allow waves to propogate is a somewhat disturbing feature of how the Universe works. Beyond working with jsut the Math I don't see how anyone could actually picture it.

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what I feel is the "vacuum" as well as the "fields" seem to be something absolute and can exist without matter.
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" On layman's terms that's what the vacuum looks like, where the bumps are particles randomly popping in and out of the vacuum."
Theory? Any experiment/ astronomical observation directly prove it?
 
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