‘The infinite sea’ explores quantum mechanics' claims about the nature of the Void. As all matter can act as both a wave and a particle, one cannot know both the precise location and motion of individual atoms. Therefore Newton's laws are descriptive and not fundamental. Quantum physics shows the Void is seething with activity, energy and particles. Even a vacuum contains a minimum amount of energy, known as zero point energy. It is impossible to remove all the energy from a finite space. Dirac theorized an infinitely deep sea of electrons filled with potential energy.