The electric charges of the vacuum

# Do the charges of the vacuum react with each other? - Part 2

Next contribution is the diagram with three particles seeing each other by means of two intermediate photons. There are four photon couplings then and a wavefunction diminishing factor 10.000.

In space this may look like

 1 2 3 Att: 8 Rep: 8 Net: 0 ---02-2 --+110 -+-202 +--110 ++-110 +-+202 -++110 +++02-2

Att = number of attractions, Rep = number of repulsions, Net = net force.

Once again there are equal net amounts of attractive and repulsive interactions: there is no netforce to be expected. Let's shift to the next type of diagrams, three particles, three interacting photons with 6 photon couplings and a wavefunction diminishing factor 1.000.000. The appearance in space is like

The corresponding Feynman diagram is by example

 1 2 3 Att: 8 Rep: 8 Net: 0 ---03-3 --+211 -+-211 +--211 ++-211 +-+211 -++211 +++03-3

Next: four particles on the corners of a tetraeder, three interactions, six photon-electron couplings, wavefunction diminishing factor 1000.000.

 1 2 3 4 Att: 8 Rep: 8 Net: 0 ----03-3 ---+12-1 --+-211 -+--211 +---12-1 --++12-1 -+-+303 -++-211 +--+211 +-+-303 ++--12-1 -+++12-1 +-++211 ++-+211 +++-12-1 ++++03-3

Next: 4 particles, 4 interactions, 8 photon-electron couplings, wavefunction diminishing factor 100.000.000.

 1 2 3 4 Att: 8 Rep: 8 Net: 0 ----04-4 ---+220 --+-220 -+--220 +---220 --++220 -+-+404 -++-220 +--+220 +-+-404 ++--220 -+++220 +-++220 ++-+220 +++-220 ++++04-4

Next: 4 particles, 5 interactions, 10 photon-electron couplings, wavefunction diminishing factor 10 to the power of 10.

 1 2 3 4 Att: 40 Rep: 40 Net: 0 ----05-5 ---+23-1 --+-321 -+--23-1 +---321 --++321 -+-+413 -++-321 +--+321 +-+-413 ++--321 -+++321 +-++23-1 ++-+321 +++-23-1 ++++05-5