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Energy Of Universe = Zero???

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Posted by Mike Banks on June 27, 2001 06:15:39 UTC

Alexander I heard you say this but I really don't understand it. I would really like to know how the energy of the universe is zero when we observe energy all around us. Supernovas, stars forming, life occuring, etc. is all examples of energy.

Are you saying that our universe is a sort of perpetual motion machine that puts out 100% efficiency, because then I do see what you mean.

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