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Posted by Robert Hamilton on March 7, 2004 19:52:04 UTC

I just want to know: Does the Law of thermodynamics regarding the constancy of energy mean that energy was never created? Wouldn' this mean therefore that the universe is not created? If there is a "Creator", what did this entity "create" if energy is neither created nor destroyed?

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