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Topic: The law of conservation and transformation energy/mass
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Re: The law of conservation and transformation energy/mass
Posted: Sep 8, 2012 4:31 AM
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We are setting limits on things that we don?t have
a clue about ( for example: c=1, T=0K ) .
From these two parameters (c=1, T=0K ) was started
all modern speculations in Physics ( SRT, QT, GRT ).

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