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

# 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.

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

You might think that the amount of energy in the universe isinconceivably vast. You will be surprised to note that the totalamount of energy in the universe is zero.

# What does the total amount of energy and mass equivalent energy in the universe never do?

The total energy and the mass equivalent energy in the universe remain constant. That "total" energy never changes .

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

The total mass of the Universe is: 100,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 tonnes E = MC^2 (10,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000… 000,000,000,000,000 tonnes) * 299,792,458 (m / (s squared)) * 10 = 2.99792458 Ã 10 61 newtons So your answer would be: the Universe has * 10 = 2.99792458 Ã 1061 newtons of energy (approximately).

# 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: t…he ability to derive work from energy depends on irregularities in the distribution of mass/energy throughout a volume. As entropy increases, mass/energy will dissipate throughout a given volume, and the ability of that energy to produce meaningful work diminish.

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

increasing Edit: Only if you subscribe to Hawkings drain down multiverse theory... Answer2: Mass in the universe around 2.13E53 kg and Energy E =mc 2 = 1.9E70.

# 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…her's Theorem. It states that some value in a symmetrical and closed system remains constant. Because of this, the mass and energy content of the universe remains constant as long as the laws of physics in it remain constant.

# The total amount of energy in the universe is?

I think the previous answer was off topic from what this questionwas really asking. We believe that the universe is for the mostpart, a closed system. I say "for the most part…" because there aresome theories that suggest information (matter/energy) can bedestroyed. But for simplicity we will assume the Universe as weknow it IS a closed system. The First Law of Thermodynamics, commoncalled the law of conservation of information states thatenergy/matter cannot be created nor destroyed, it can only changeforms. With that being established we can now base our calculationson the assumptions: 1) The Universe is a Closed System of a finite size. 2) The Universe has a finite mass. I have read different estimates on the total mass/energy of theuniverse, and there is a lot of variability. My own calculationsestimate the total energy to be: (8.9875517873681764 X 10 135 ) X 10 Â±7 It should be noted that this is only an estimated calculation ofthe total Mass Energy of the Universe. The actual total energy ofthe universe is theorized to be 0... Yes Zero. It assumes that every unit of energy in the universe is offset byan equal amount of negative energy, basically a zero-sum system.For more information on that look up "Zero-Energy Universe" and youfind all the information you could ever need to explain thistheory. Answer2: I too consider the Universe to be a closed or bounded system and myenergy estimate is mc 2 =1.89E70 Joules where m=2.1E53 kg. The Power of the Universe is P = c 5 /G= 3.645E52. watts.

# What is the total amount of energy in a unit of mass?

E=mc 2 E-energy m-mass c-speed of light squared it means that mass is a type of enrgy and it explains the verylarge amount of it in a unit of mass as it is multiplied by thesp…eed of light

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

The Law of Conservation of Energy

# Total amount of energy in the universe is?

The Total amount of energy in the universe is E=mc 2 =1.9 E70 Joules.

# 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.

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# 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.

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# 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…en the General Theory of Relativity is used - which has to be applied when analyzing the Universe as a whole. It seems that it is tricky to even define an "energy function", i.e., assign a definite energy, to a system when using the General Theory of Relativity. This probably doesn't mean that you can use this to get "free energy", only that energy isn't as clearly defined as in classical physics.

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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 isalways the same. The reason is because the universe is a closedsystem.