Did you not read the wiki statements I provided?
Secondly, you clearly still don't understand the situation. Do you not understand that zero point energy is a residual fluctuation, a residual motion attributed to the field? Even if you remove all the matter and energy you think exists in a space (as you try to make a perfect vacuum), it doesn't matter what square area of space you measure, there is no such thing as an empty space. The fact systems cannot freeze to absolute zero is often taken as an indirect evidence of quantum fluctuations, so you are absolutely wrong in this instance.
This is bilge. You seem to be obsessed with zero point field energy, i.e. the zero point energy of the vacuum, completely ignoring the fact that zero point energy exists in the ground states of matter as well.
And as for the notion that the zero point energy of the vacuum has anything to do with inability of matter to reach absolute zero, that is ridiculous. You can only get to absolute zero by extracting thermal energy and you can only extract energy by thermal flow into something colder. So obviously you can never get to absolute zero. It really is that simple. This is not a quantum phenomenon.
Zero point energy does not contribute to temperature, because it is unextractable, whereas by definition temperature is a measure of the potential that heat has to flow. Zero point energy has no potential for flowing as it cannot escape and therefore it is irrelevant to temperature.
If only you spent half the time you devote to exotic maths to actually learning some physics, you would do yourself and the world a big favour. And then you might not get banned from every science forum on the internet apart from this one. And maybe, just maybe, one of your papers might even get accepted, one day.
Edited by exchemist, 02 January 2019 - 05:20 PM.