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Why dynamic Casimir effect does not appear in static gravity field?
Dynamic Casimir effect tells us that a constantly-accelerated mirror should emit radiation due to interaction with vacuum. Following principle of equivalence, a similar mirror placed in static ...
Jan 5 '12 at 14:34
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