CHIRAL UNIVERSES AND QUANTUM EFFECTS PRODUCED BY ELECTROMAGNETIC FIELDS
The accepted structure of space and vacuum derives from the results of relativistic cosmology and quantum field theory. It is demonstrated that a chiral interface between enantiomeric regions of a closed universe, or a (right) R-Universe and (left) L-Universe, related by an element of PCT symmetry along the interface, represents a construct with all the attributes required of the theoretical vacuum, in-so-far as quantum behaviour is then seen to be induced by the vacuum interface. Quantum mechanics emerges as a special case of classical mechanics, rather than the latter being a subset of the former. This removes the quantum-mechanical observational problem, explains the cosmological large-number coincidences, and accounts for the anti-matter in the cosmos.