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Posted by Bruce on March 22, 2001 20:27:23 UTC

So what? All your saying is that some kinetic energy is conserved as mass. E=m. In Newton's paradigm there was a conservation law for mass and a conservation law for energy. Now there is only one conservation law with respect to energy and mass. Since E=m the conservation law is referred to as conservation of energy. Bookkeeping is critical for doing your experiment (or any experiment). Look through this site from SLAC (look through theory). These guys do these experiments everyday and they havn't found a violation of energy conservation yet.
http://www2.slac.stanford.edu/vvc/contents.html

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