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Destroying Energy

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Posted by Chris, on March 22, 2000 20:00:36 UTC

According to my Physics teacher energy is somthing which can`t be destroyed. Now this teacher is very cocky and hates being proven wrong. I tried to argue that if a black hole sucks in light and light being a form of energy, then the light must be destroyed by the gravtational force. Being his cocky self and not knowing the answer he just said that I was wrong and didn`t give me a real explanation. If any one could give me a theroy or any real explanation on how energy can be destroyed I would be very pleased !! Thanx alot !!

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