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>Why might Protons not just pop into existence occasionally without an
>invitation? The guiding rule of nature about what can happen appears to be
>that

Particle pairs (particle and antiparticle) are forming and anihilating all
the time. The net result is zero, so there's no macro effect.

It only gets interesting at the small scale, where these "virtual"
particles interact with other "real" particles.


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