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# What is total amount of energy and mass in the universe?

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The total amount of energy and mass in the universe does not change. Neither energy nor mass (matter) can be destroyed. One kind of energy can be converted to another kind of energy and mass (matter) can be converted to energy and energy can be converted to mass.
The total mass of the *observed* universe is something like 3 x 10^55 grams.
The universe is 10^53 kg full of mass. We have a huge universe.
It does not change because energy can never be created, nor destroyed. Energy is never lost. It always goes somewhere, or converts to a different type of energy
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# What is the total amount of energy in the universe never changes called?

You are thinking of the conservation of energy law which states energy can neither ber created or destroyed.

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# Is the total amount of energy in the universe constant?

There is no known principle that allows mass/energy to be created or destroyed. Theoretically, the total amount of mass/energy in the universe must remain constant. Note: th

# The total amount of energy and mass in the universe is?

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# The total amount of energy in the universe remains constant as a result of what?

It is because of the law of conservation of mass and energy, which states that the total amount of energy and mass in a closed system remains constant. This is because of Noet

# The total amount of energy in the universe is?

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# The law which states that the total amount of energy in the universe does not change?

The Law of Conservation of Energy

# What is the law which states the total amount of energy in the universe?

The Law of Conservation of Energy, which tates that the total amount of energy in the Universe (or in any closed system) remains constant.

# Infer the total amount of energy mass in the universe is constant?

infer that the total mass energy in the universe is constant
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# Is the total amount of energy in the universe always changing?

yes, the total amount of energy in the universe is always changing!
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# How often does the total amount of energy in the universe change?

We do not think it does change.

# Why is the total mass energy of the universe is changing?

It isn't known whether the mass-energy of the Universe is changing. Normally, mass and energy are conserved, but it isn't currently known for sure whether this also applies wh
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# The total amount of energy in the universes eye?

The total amount of energy in the universe eye is zero.
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# The total amount of energy in the universe is always the same?

It is true that the total amount of energy in the universe is  always the same. The reason is because the universe is a closed  system.