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Law of conservation of mass. Its still the same amount of material. Nothing interesting.
Mass may remain constant, but density and thus volume can change.
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Mass may remain constant, but density and thus volume can change.
Yes. As volume increases, density decreases.
    
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interesting! it must be the blob!
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Thank you. That was quite constructive.
Agreed. Now... I wonder if I will be quoted... and then that person quoted... and eventually there will be a quote so big it crashes the thread.

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Yes. As volume increases, density decreases.
So... the bigger "it" gets... the softer "it" is?
Edited by Xzeara - 2/13/11 at 7:55pm
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and its amazing you haven't been contacted to solve all sciences questions.
I know right? I'm waiting for my huge sign on bonus for being a genius.
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