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The law of conservation and transformation energy/mass
Posted: Aug 29, 2012 1:49 AM
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The law of conservation and transformation energy/mass
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Somebody says: The law of energy conservation
There isn?t such law in physics. There is
' The law of conservation and transformation energy/mass.'
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? The Law of preservation and transformation of energy/ mass?
is a law about a symmetry and asymmetry in the Nature.

If somebody think that , ? The Law of preservation
and transformation of energy/ mass ? is a simple
bookkeeping calculation of debit-credit he is mistaken.
It is a primitive judgment about one of the most
important Law in Nature.
Why?
Because on the one hand the bookkeeping calculation
of debit-credit is ? a symmetry law?. ( like 1$ is 100 cents )
But on the other hand the life in the Universe begins with
disturb of symmetry.
The occurrence of Life in the Universe is connected not with
symmetry, but with breaking of symmetry.
For something to happen there has to be a "broken symmetry".
( It means 1$ is not equal to 100 cents.)
Here the effect of ?transformation? appears.
===============.
If somebody takes only one part of the whole law (preservation)
and ignore the second part of it (transformation) then he is
falsifier.
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