- Apr 2008
- On the dance floor, baby!
The electron field exists at all points in the Universe. Thus there will still be a non-zero charge distribution at any point in space, no matter (pun intended) how many electrons exist in the field and thus there is also the possibility of a photon existing as well so the photon field will exist as well.Imagine only one rabbit remains in cosmos at last (of course it seems to be Dandan), will field exist?
You also, of course, have the possibility of pair production.
It sounds kind of nuts but that's the way the Math works anyway. (Feel free to kick Dyson in the butt if you don't like it. He was, I think, the first to publish that one.)
Addendum: In case you haven't heard the terminology the electron is the quantum of the electron field. The same goes for the proton, pion, etc. fields.