What is the Meaning & Definition of vacuum

The term vacuum is undoubtedly a term of great complexity, whose meaning can be analyzed both from a completely scientific and empirical point of view, as well as from a social and psychological point of view. In regards to its specific definition, the void is the absolute lack of matter, that space in which there is nothing, no being alive nor dead matter. On the planet, physically empty places are very hard to find though the sense of vacuum can be generated using certain mechanisms.
The physical vacuum and natural has to do, then, with the lack of material. This means that you can not exist nor water, nor Earth, nor fire nor air in the given space. In scientific terms, the only place in which these conditions of full vacuum have been found is, precisely, the outer space which can be reached after crossing the Earth's atmosphere. There, the absolute lack of matter generates completely different conditions to which we are accustomed here on our planet.
However, the vacuum physicist also can be understood as spaces where there is no air despite having another matter. Such is the case of vacuum-packed products. This means that, in order to keep better and longer, such products have been packaged after having removed all existing air within a container. Many other situations and circumstances also known as 'vacuum' exist in order to analyse, verify or obtain certain results.
As stated at the beginning, the void is not only a physical or natural phenomenon. In many cases, the term vacuum is used to refer to psychological or emotional States of people. Feel the empty emotional, professional, employment or of any kind means that the individual in question didn't find the BRA which cling and feels, therefore, lost in the day to day society where she lives. It is as if he felt the absence of what other people have with ease. This painful and painful situation is very characteristic of present-day societies in which the maelstrom of everyday life, the stress, the lack of real communication, individualism and materialism are traits that help make us feel empty of essence at certain times of our lives.
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