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October 12, 2014

Our atmosphere is full of stringy layers of quantum vacuum at different energy/vacuum levels. They inflate in our atmosphere and create “dark energy”, storms and also some Earthquakes as they warm and interact with Earth’s magnetic fields.  That is why our most powerful storms come from “cold fronts”, most likely a BEC, which is bass-ackwards from what you would expect from a gas.

From String Theory

According to the inflationary model, at the critical temperature, spacetime starts to under go this phase transition from one minimum to the other. But it doesn’t do it smoothly, it stays in the old “false” vacuum too long. This is called supercooling. This region of false vacuum expands exponentially fast, and the vacuum energy of this false vacuum is the cosmological constant for the expansion. It is this process that is called Inflation and solves the flatness, horizon and monopole problems. This region of false vacuum expands until bubbles of the new broken symmetry phase with f=f0 form and collide, and eventually end the inflationary phase. The potential energy of the vacuum is converted through to kinetic energy of matter and radiation, and the Universe expands according to the Big Bang model already outlined.

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