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No Energy-mass Violation On Large Scale.

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Posted by Alexander on March 22, 2001 22:57:06 UTC

As far as you keep away from Plank values (length, time, energy, etc.), you do not have any detectable asymmetry of space and time, thus any detectable violation. Weak force carrier has energy way way less than the Plank energy, thus NO violation of energy conservation in weak interaction is expected and in fact has never been observed in weak decay. (Neutrino was discovered as a leaking energy particle when Bohr proposed to discard energy conservation in nuclear processed in 1930).

So, why not to simply balance reaction with neutriono taking into account mass of any energy as m=E/c^2, or energy of any mass as E=mc^2 and see a complete balance?

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