|MadSci Network: Physics|
I was thinking once again about time travel, and come to the conclusion that time is simply measuring the rate of change. So what if a object does not change? Would it be eternal, or non-existant? And if there are objects that do not change, are they even detectable? So leaves my question wondering if there are any particles that do not release energy in the form of motion or radiation.
Re: Are there any subatomic particles that release no energy?
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