Originally Posted By: Bill S.

Please correct me if any stage of this reasoning is wrong.

1. Energy is borrowed from the vacuum energy.

2. Repayment of the energy is to the vacuum.

3. The vacuum is an integral feature of the universe.

4. If it were possible to observe the energy while it was being borrowed, it would not be where classical physics says it should be.

5. At no time does energy leave or enter the universe; therefore, conservation of energy is not violated.

That is is almost verbatum what the consensus science view is Bill S.

There are a few maverick scientists who argue very different interpretation hence why the experiment above with trying to lock absolute times and observations.

I believe in "Evil, Bad, Ungodly fantasy science and maths", so I am undoubtedly wrong to you.