How the physics of the cosmos are changing is one of the most fundamental and profound changes we have experienced in human history.
The fundamental physics of matter and energy are at the core of all of our scientific discoveries and discoveries in other fields are made with this fundamental physics in mind.
The second law of thermodynamics, or the law of universal gravitation, is the same in principle as the first.
The first law, called conservation of energy, is in fact a fundamental law of nature.
But the second law is the one we need to be thinking about.
What is the first law of physics?
The first law is what you might call the first principle of physics.
In physics, that is the law which says that there is an inherent law of gravitation.
Gravitation is the force of attraction which acts on objects that have mass.
In a vacuum, it is just the opposite of a force of mass.
That’s why you don’t see stars or planets or other objects moving around.
That force of gravity is the cause of their motion.
So the first rule of physics is that there exists an inherent force of graviton, or one of its forces.
It’s just the same as the force which you see with a light bulb, a ball of cotton wool, or a hot iron ball.
It is a universal force.
But what makes it a universal law is that it applies to all physical objects.
So a black hole or a star or a galaxy or a planet can have two identical sides and one of them is moving away from the other.
And this is because the laws of motion are the same everywhere in the universe.
In particular, the laws governing motion are known as Newtonian mechanics.
It means that there are no special special forces, like a star and a planet, or any other special laws, in the Universe.
In the Universe, there are only laws of mechanics.
What does that mean?
When we look at a particle, a particle is the combination of matter, energy and space, or spacetime.
It has no particular mass, but has an energy.
And in the case of a particle in space, it has an exact position.
This is what we call its energy.
That means that its mass is the only energy that can be conserved.
We can conserve energy just by keeping it constant.
But a particle that has two different energies is different.
The energy of one particle will have a different momentum than that of the other particle.
The difference is called its angular momentum.
We have the equation E=mc2.
This equation tells us that the angular momentum of a mass is proportional to the square of the mass times the square root of its velocity squared.
In other words, a moving mass has a definite angular momentum because it has energy.
If we want to conserve energy in a particle we have to keep it constant, but it’s not always that easy.
Suppose we have two particles with different energies and their angular momentum is exactly the same.
The two particles will be in exactly the exact same position in space.
They will also have exactly the opposite momentum.
If they had different energies, the two particles would be travelling different speeds in space and in time.
This would cause them to have different angular momentum and different velocities.
In fact, in a black-hole system, the energy of a blackhole particle will be different than that in the surrounding vacuum.
It will be so much lower that it would be invisible.
It would be a kind of black hole that’s in the middle of a vacuum.
This means that we cannot conserve energy by keeping the energy constant.
In order to conserve this energy, we have got to keep the particle in the same place.
We know that when a particle leaves the vacuum it starts over.
So we need a way to keep that particle from going backwards and going forwards.
We call this the second conservation law.
The equations for keeping the particle and the particle’s velocity in the exact position in the space are known in a variety of ways.
There are two equations for doing that: the equation for keeping energy and the equation of motion.
And they are all the same way.
But when we talk about conservation of angular momentum, what we mean is that we have the same idea of the second principle of the conservation of the angular energy of particles.
If you want to keep two particles in the position in spacetime that they are in, you can do it by keeping them at the same position and keeping the same angular momentum at the moment they leave the vacuum.
The more energy you have, the more angular momentum you get.
So if you have an energy of 0.01 electron volts per electron volt, and the particles are travelling in the vacuum at 0.02 electron volts, you will get 0.001 electron volts of energy.
But if you put them at 0 and 0.3 electron volts each, they will only have 1 electron volts