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  • n. A failure to conserve.
  • n. A failure to abide by a conservation law.


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non- +β€Ž conservation


  • The electroweak theories of Weinberg and Salam predicted levels of nonconservation that looked extremely hard to measure.

    Richard E. Taylor - Autobiography

  • They claim that this nonconservation is actually predicted by a loophole in the standard model, which may be true, but it's never actually been observed -- if anyone observed such a violation experimentally, they'd definitely get the Nobel prize.

    Medlogs - Recent stories

  • Given this new perspective, we have to reconceptualize the nature of the injustice of conquest – it’s not the displacement of conservation by nonconservation, but displacement of one civilization by another.

    Cultural Environmentalism at 10: Madhavi Sunder


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