The primary objection to a relativistic interpretation of Casimir effect and catalytic action is that the equation for Casimir force at MINIMAL cavity width provides results which would seem insufficient to manifest the necessary time dilations to contract space time enough to suddenly make the longer vacuum flux capable of fitting between the interior walls of a Casimir cavity. The concept is akin to many SCIFI story lines where the interior volume of a room can be many time larger than the exterior volume.
The concept of a MINIMAL cavity width for Casimir plates is based on plate geometry and the quantum accumulation of a field at some small distance paralell to the plate surface. This limit has been established by Liftshitz and others but is based on our 3D perspective outside the cavity which my theory attempts to circumvent.
I am positing that the 3D perspective inside the cavity is changed by vacuum energy suppression that results in a Lorentzian translation between space and time. The mini hydrogen, hydrino, or other anomalous forms of condensed hydrogen (take your pick) made famous in claims of excess heat would see the walls of the cavity shrink but an observer on the cavity wall would likewise see the hydrogen appear to shrink.
This brings me to the crux of this issue which is, how can the equivalent acceleration inside the cavity be of such a large magnitude to achieve Lorentzian contraction and sidestep these limits of MINIMAL width and plate proximity constraints imposed by Liftshitz and others?
A shortcut is needed that ignores the need for spatial velocity and directly manipulates time. We know that both acceleration and equivalent acceleration due to gravity can result in time dilation. Therefore I assume a relationship between vacuum energy density and time dilation. We see this in the twin paradox because acceleration to fractional C can be replaced by a stationary twin at the bottom of a High G gravity well such as a dead star through equivalent acceleration. time dilation would still accumulate even though both twins are spatially stationary… (via zpenergy.com) – Full Article Source