Conservation of Energy

Conservation of Energy, the doctrine that, however it may be transformed or dissipated, no fraction of energy is ever lost, that the amount of force, as of matter, in the universe, under all mutation remains the same.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Conscript Fathers * Conservatism
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Conrad, Cadet of the House of Hohenzollern
Conrad, Marquis of Tyre
Conrad I.
Conrad II.
Conrad III.
Conrad of Thüringia
Conradin the Boy
Conscience, Hendrik
Conscript Fathers
Conservation of Energy
Considérant, Victor Prosper
Constable, Archibald
Constable, Henry
Constable, John
Constable de Bourbon
Constance, Lake