|The law of conservation charge
says that the charge is neither created nor
One might say if the charge is
neither created nor destroyed, what would have been
happened at the beginning of the universe? If this
law was true at that time, the charges that existing
right now should be existed at that time, too. What
is this mean?
The charge of electron is equal to that of proton.
But electron is much smaller than proton. Physicists
around the world are trying to find out the smallest
particles of proton. They are smashing the proton to
a wall using neuclear accelarator. Is there some part
that contain the charge? The each destroyed single
particle should not contain the charge because the
charge is neither created nor destroyed. Is there any
unknown part that contains the charge? Was there some
kind of known substance that has existed since
beginning of universe in other forms?
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