Paramagnetism requires permanent dipoles - a dipole is formed by two opposite charges positioned a finite distance apart. Think of it as a stick with a + on one end and a - on the other.Excited vacuum region can be created between curved trajectories of protons in the place of nearest distance.1. Explain why an excited vacuum region will be created in a proton proton collision?
Under pB=mc^2, vacuum transforms from antiferromagnetic state into ferromagnetic state. In the terminology of other authors – from diamagnetic state into paramagnetic state. That means that exited region becomes stable, and if there is a “food”, then “food” will be captured and ruined with the growth of the dangerous exited region.
What Ivan has illustrated doesn't have this. It has two like charges approaching one another. This is not a dipole.
The rest of his response may be safely ignored.