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Posted by Grayden on August 20, 2001 19:49:23 UTC

After sifting through the posts in here I've come to the conclusion that all the regulars are more educated than I (by a fair amount). However- that's a good thing, because it probably means that I'll be able to get some coherant answers (or at least some answers period) as opposed to the shrugs and blank stares I receive from my peers (I'm 15).
To start with, is it possibly for energy to exist without an associated particle? Can energy simply.. exist?

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