doesnt the fact that a magnet's field going from one end to another perpetually, constitute infinite energy? also, dont particles disobey the conservation law because where do particles get their energy from? particles are always moving. they never stop. but why is matter only destroyed if a particle and anti-particle smash into one another? maybe we think they are annhilated, but something else happens. maybe they are converted into something we cant analyze yet and dont know about? dark matter or something??? doesnt the very fact that matter cant be destroyed-atoms keep going and going, their energy keeps going around in the world, making things move all the time in various ways, and that light photons go on forever, disobey the conservation law because these things shouldnt get their infinite energy from nothing??? since particles and light photons are moving all the time, they should be getting their energy from something. sure, matter always changes from one kind to another, but as far as i know, matter is never destroyed. then doesnt that mean things must be getting their energy from something we dont know about? and what about the energy from that? and on and on. and the fact that light particles will keep going and going, even if it is diverted by something, it doesnt stop-it just moves in a different direction. its energy is perpetual. light energy is perpetual. doesnt that violate the conservation law?