On So-Called “Vacuum” Fluctuation

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I'm going to put off further development of the CCH's competitor in favor of this short post about so-called "vacuum" fluctuation.

Furthermore, the uncertainty principle implies that a particle can never be at rest, but is subject to constant fluctuations even when no measurement is taking place, and these fluctuations are assumed to have no causes at all. In other words, the quantum world is believed to be characterized by absolute indeterminism, intrinsic ambiguity, and irreducible lawlessness.
David Pratt, Consciousness, Causality, and Quantum Physics

In recent attempts to mitigate the apparent necessity of the Unmoved Mover, D has posited creation ex nihilo as a viable alternative:

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