Virtual Particle Pairs Yield Clue to Origin of the Big Bang Science Theory, Claims Physicist Louis A. Del Monte

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Louis A. Del Monte helps audiences understand the origin of the Big Bang science theory by first explaining the role of virtual particles on his YouTube channel, Louis Del Monte.

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To identify what caused the origin of the Big Bang, there needs to be an understanding about virtual particles ... I am setting the stage to unravel the origin of the Big Bang itself.

Louis A. Del Monte, Physicist, CEO and Author of Unraveling the Universe’s Mysteries, has revealed issues with the Big Bang science theory in his video on Louis Del Monte YouTube channel. The video, "Virtual Particles, Something from Nothing", is the second in a series of videos that help both scientific and non-scientific audiences understand more about the origin of the Big Bang science theory.

Del Monte identified three key problems with origin of the Big Bang science theory and focuses on each one in his YouTube video series. The topic of Virtual Particles offers a clue regarding the Big Bang science theory’s origin.

“Many mysteries surround the evolution of the universe and a broad audience wants to solve the puzzles and make sense of the ambiguity,” said Louis A. Del Monte. “To identify what caused the origin of the Big Bang, there needs to be an understanding about virtual particles, a phenomenon observed in laboratory vacuums showing spontaneous particle creation. By understanding the role of virtual particles, I am setting the stage to unravel the origin of the Big Bang itself.”

Del Monte explains the complexities and importance of virtual particles and how they caused real changes to their environment. Del Monte gives examples of early established scientific theories to further his hypothesis:

  •     In 1930, Physicist Paul Durac, a British physicist, postulated that empty space in the universe is a vacuum environment containing numerous particle pairs composed of positrons and electrons. The virtual positron-electron pairs seen in empty space are known as the Dirac sea.
  •     Del Monte explains that positrons are the mirror image of electrons, with an opposite charge. He further explains that if it is accepted that electrons are matter, then positrons are matter-antimatter. Del Monte cites well-known virtual particle effects coupled with the existence of multi-dimensions (M-theory) to explain the role they may have played to initiate the Big Bang.

The continuation of Del Monte’s Big Bang science theory can be found on YouTube at Louis Del Monte.

To delve deeper into understanding of virtual particles and their role in his new Bang Bang science theory, Del Monte’s new book, Unraveling the Universe’s Mysteries is available on Amazon.com in soft cover and on Kindle.

Articles and blog posts about Unraveling the Universe’s Mysteries are available at http://www.louisdelmonte.com, where links to social media sites can be accessed – Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter and Google+, as well as Louis A. Del Monte contact information for interviews and speaking engagements.

About the author: Louis A. Del Monte is an author, physicist and the Chief Executive Officer of Del Monte and Associates, Inc. For over thirty years, he was a leader in the development of microelectronics for IBM and Honeywell before forming a high-tech e-marketing agency and authoring his first cosmology book, Unraveling the Universe’s Mysteries. He has a B.S. degree in Physics and Chemistry and an M.S. degree in Physics, published numerous technical papers, and developed several patents fundamental to the fabrication of integrated circuits. Del Monte is the recipient of the H.W. Sweat Award for scientific/engineering achievement and the Lund Award for human resource management excellence.

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