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motion is relative. so kinetic energy must be relative.so total energy of universe must be different for different observers.but once in a point of time universe was in the form of primary atom so the magnitude of energy of universe was same for all objects but aftr bigbang explosion the energy changed. does this not break the law of conservation of energy. sir please explain?

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This doesnot break law of conservation of energy in any form.....

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