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Does the Casimir Effect violate the Quantum Inequalities? From what I understand, the Casimir Effect is able to produce negative energy densities for an indefinite amount of time, or is that wrong?
You are wrong, the Casimir Effect is able to produce negative energy densities for an finite amount of time. So it does not violate the Quantum Inequalities.
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