Can physical properties be destroyed?
by, 23rd June 2012 at 02:08 PM (435 Views)
In physics, there are certain measurements for any particular thing that denote what it is or does. If the particle can be destroyed with antimatter, it is still there, as it is still a part of the anti matter. If the anti matter converges on a particle, then the properties of the particle have changed due to a reaction.
This change is seen as destruction? If it is destroyed, why is it still there? If it is still there, why was it changed? I am using anti matter as a example...
If the particle has changed it's properties, then we can assume it to have changed. was it destroyed? Is it eliminated? Well, if it is no longer an electron, then it was destroyed, and refound it's essence in the antimatter, or whatever.
Now, if it is still there, then it was not destroyed, but rather remoddled. If it was, and is, and shall be, then it still exists, no matter what shape it is in.
From the electricians point of view, the electron is gone though. So it is destroyed for purposes of use. It just so happens we don't use all the things out there. So, instead of saying it's usefullness is used up, it has changed states.
Please remember there is no such thing as entrophy, as everything is just reacting, so, before you go around saying that the circuit has gone awol or loco, you should understand that the state has just chaged, fully dependant on the things that changed it for it's present state.
Yes, physical properties can be destroyed, because they can change. If the way of the particle is to be so changed, it has been altered and then it cannot be the same as it was, destroying the elements we knew in it so well. Seeing as how those measurements or propeties are no longer there, it has been destroyed, creating a new particle.0 Thanks, 0 Likes, 0 Dislikes
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