FOR POSTING: UFT393 Sections 1 and 2, Final Version

This is the final version after discussions with co author Horst Eckardt. The docx file used for translation is not changed. There are two additional clarifying notes. Eqs. (36), (37) and (38) are changed. This is the first time that the zitterbewegung theory of the Lamb shift has been applied to macroscopic classical electrodynamics, opening up an entirely new subject area. Horst’s Section 3 is planned to contain graphics and a calculation of the mean E with more terms. There is no reasonable or scientific doubt that the vacuum’s mean square fluctuation <delta r dot delta r> produces an electric field strength (Eq. (38)). The same type of fluctuation produces the famous Lamb shift. The aim is to maximize the vacuum induced E using circuits design, for example resonance.

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