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Posted by Aurino Souza on March 29, 2002 16:24:02 UTC

Hi Richard,

Could you tell me how the properties of no energy or mass, and lack of detection, follow from the definition?

As far as I can tell, there's no other way. If God created the universe, and by the universe we mean the total sum of everything that has energy or mass, then God can't possibly have either.

As to lack of detection, I'm not aware of any mechanism to detect something that has neither mass nor energy. Do you know any?

If not, could you tell me where the properties came from?

You can ask Alex about that. Or Dick.

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