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Lavoisier tells us that: "nothing is created, neither in the operations of art, nor in those of nature, and one can posit in principle that, in any operation, there is an equal quantity of matter before and after the operation; that the quality and quantity of the principles is the same, and that there are only changes, modifications". This law of conservation is generally simplified by "Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed". Somehow I could stop my explanation at th...

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