Q: Is it possible to beat the laws of physics?

Physicist: No…
But to be fair, when a physical law is beaten it stops being a law.

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4 Responses to Q: Is it possible to beat the laws of physics?

  1. Jeroen says:

    It’s impossible by definition :)

  2. sharafali.a says:

    it is possible… otherwise physics doesnt exist. (every action there will be an eaqual reaction)

  3. Aaron Weston says:

    Yes it is, virtual particles violate the law of conservation all the time. All the vaccum of space is filled with them, but they exist for such a short time that “reality doesn’t notice them”.

  4. Bob says:

    Would you consider this as a physical law?

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