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Originally posted by GreatTech
Since hydrogen and its isotopes partly created our lives and partly sustains our lives, does it remain pure by itself, pure in combination with other element isotopes, impure by itself, and/or impure in combination with other element isotopes?
I have heard that the conservation of matter is violated in certain conditions. As such, we can have the right element isotope composition for a permanent life on Earth, but our elements are degrading or disappearing. What is this "degrading" factor? Which particles substitute in space-time for this "degrading" factor?
As far as conservation of mass it’s a interesting subject because in nuclear reactions some mass is converted in to energy this is clearly a defiance of the concervation …though other than nuclear reaction we have not found a problem with it.