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Conservation Of Energy

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Posted by Schnee on October 6, 1998 03:55:36 UTC

Aren't there some things already found to violate the law of conservation of energy? I thought I saw on the discovery channel one time about how energy was created from nothing, using just hydrogen gas or something to do with water or something like that, I don't remember it really, I bet this doesn't help much either. But, I do know you can create, lets say a proton, out of absolutly nothing, as long as it's done in a short enough amount of time.

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