Can Energy exist with the absence of matter?


by Ayham
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Ayham
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Apr7-13, 06:26 AM
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Please explain how :D
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Apr7-13, 06:32 AM
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Is Energy mean momentum in your question? I'm no pro, but still trying my best to answer your question.;p
Does light count? electromagnetic wave? isn't that depending on the definition of energy?
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Apr7-13, 06:56 AM
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Since a universe without matter would be observer-free, no measurements could be made so this is clearly not science.


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