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RE: A Couple Of Questions!

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Posted by Bored Guy on March 12, 2000 07:17:36 UTC

I have no clue about the first question, but from what I`ve learned (which isn`t a lot) particles never come to rest regardless of mass. My question for you: How can a particle have no mass? How does something exist without mass?

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