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Law of conservation

If a particle vanishes mid air completely from universe. Does it mean the particle has gone to a new time, a new place or to completely new time and place or destroyed according to law of energy conservation?

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That is a big "IF". None of the above.


Fuck knows


Completely destroyed was referring to what happened to my brain when I tried to think about this, right?

Carin Level 8 Aug 3, 2018

The particle is converted. It may not be visible, hence "vanishes." But the energy the particle and its constituents contained is freed, but remains in the same time.

Gohan Level 7 Aug 2, 2018
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