Two Laws We Should Know

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The First two Laws you should know of the Universe.
Everything has an order or a law so there would not be any chaos.
The law of concern is that no thing is impossible for very long time.
Look at nature.
At times there are storms of every kind.
It has its up days and down days, the same as human life.
We all have cycles.
Business, professional athletes all have cycles.
There is always a beginning and end.
If you have a panoramic like an eagle you can see everything.
The first law: The law of conservation.
All things obey this law.
It is natural for plants, animals, stones, water, planets and stars We have found that certain events happen over and over again on a regular basis in a predictable way.
Conservation of energy shows that heat and light don't just appear or disappear.
A scientific law is a statement that reveals how things operate in the universe.
We understand how things are, not what we want them to be.
We can't change a scientific law however we want them to be.
We are type 0 beings.
There are beings beyond our consciousness and spirituality.
We are insignificant from their world.
It is like the aborigines or pigmies who think of us as gods with our aviation technology.
We can only describe the laws of nature as accurately and exactly as possible through our type 0 existence.
The laws in our life are universal on earth and through out the universe.
the only way scientific laws change is if we have new information or more exact observation through our type 0 existence on this planet earth and in our galaxy.
The law of conservation of energy is a good example.
Albert Einstein realized Matter (a mass can be transformed into energy.
Matter is changed to a different form.
Einstein found that by adding high levels of energy can add to an objects mass.
The faster an object travels toward the speed of light, picking up more energy, it becomes more massive.
Today, science no longer identifies separate laws of conservation of energy and conservation of mass.
There is only one law.
The law of conservation of mass energy.
Natural laws are written in the language of mathematics.
This allows scientist to be more exact in their descriptions of the way things work.
You are familiar of Einstein's equation: E=mc².
A well known equation that simply states Mass (m) can be changed into Energy (E).
Writing it this way allows us to compute the amount of energy contained in a certain amount of matter.
Physics is the science of matter and energy.
Physics is the science of how matter and energy behave in the cosmos.
The law of conservation of matter reveals: matter can neither be created nor destroyed.
It is any kind of stuff - solid, gas, or liquid.
Whatever you do to an object, the matter will continue to exist in some form or another.
This law is also known as the conservation of mass.
Mass is the total amount of matter that any object contains.
A pet rock is a piece of matter.
If broken up with a sledgehammer into pieces, it is still there, but changed formed into pieces, it is stilled there, but changed formed into more pet rocks into a find power and through it into our garden, where we will grow tomatoes, the pet rocks become part of the tomato plants, and it still exist.
When we eat our tomatoes, the minerals become part of our body.
Still nothing has been destroyed.
Can we create a rock if we can't find one? No.
this reveals that matter cannot be created either.
By grinding a rock into a power is just a physical change.
It is still a rock.
We can form new substances in chemical reactions.
An example would be to mix vinegar and baking soda, carbon dioxide gas is formed.
the gas was not present before the reaction took place.
Matter hasn't been created.
The vinegar or baking soda hasn't been destroyed.
Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier is given credit for first stating the law of conservation of matter.
Try carefully to trap and weigh all gases that are produced when burning a sheet of paper.
Again all the matter from the paper still exist.
Lavoisier heated measured amounts of mercury and iron in closed containers, find they changed to rust like substances.
These (oxides) weighed more then their original metals.
The close containers had less air.
The amount of air that had been used up was equal to the amount of weight the metals had gained.
Lavoisier realized that no new material had be created.
The importance of the law of conservation of matter brought chemistry to be an exact science.
We now could weigh chemical carefully, conduct experiments and figure out how elements combined to form various compounds.
The laws target their niche.
Find your niche in the universe to make life work for you.
In our next issue we will talk about the next two laws we should know.
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