The Least Action Consistent Stable Universe and the Mathematics,Section 6, johnreed

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    So the mass of an object depends on the number of atoms in the object
    and the mass of those atoms?
    That's pretty much said in any, say, 9th grade text on general
    science isn't it?

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    jr writes> Pretty near, yes.
    jr writes> It seems as though it should be, doesn't it? Simple. But
    it's not.
    Have a good time.
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