Is it possible to make matter from nothing?

The answer to this question is both yes and no

Particles perpetually moving backwards and forwards through the sheet that creates scientifically measurable activity.

It seems that matter does not emerge from nothing at all. It comes from cosmic activity that is invisible to most of us.

This is an older blog that I first posted in late 2014. I firmly believe that the contents of my older text immediately below will be of interest to you. I have emboldened the section that I feel will interest you most.

Most readers may not know that the universe is full of hidden activity. In physics this activity is referred to as being virtual particle activity. This means that the vacuum of the universe is not really full of nothing at all. It is these virtual particles that are responsible for creating matter. These particles are very active and they move through the thickness of a metaphorical bed sheet all the time. This means on one side of the sheet they are scientifically identifiable and measurable and on the other side they are not.

It is these particles perpetually moving backwards and forwards through the sheet that creates scientifically measurable activity. This activity is influenced by gravity. This is called the Hawking process, which involves high levels of gravity drawing virtual particles into the cosmic universe. It follows from these words that matter does not emerge from nothing at all. It comes from cosmic activity that is invisible to most of us. The attached audio is a segment of a video recording to the topic. It is discussed by the eminent cosmologist Dr. Lawrence Krauss in attendance with Dr. Richard Dawkins. Virtual particle activity has been discovered to exist at the time of the Big Bang and have been photographed as such.

The particular segment of the Youtube video can be found at the time frame of 1:51 hours:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUe0_4rdj0U