Perusing some physics news, and thought you'd b interested in this:
The new findings seem to break the classical physics law of the Conservation
of Energy - that energy can neither be created nor destroyed - showing that
new energy can appear within a closed system from nowhere.
These Quantum physicists first theorised, then proved, that particles simply
pop into existence, usually in pairs, from absolutely nowhere.
Nobel prize winner Frank Wilczek of the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, who specialises is quantum chromodynamics, the theory that
describes how quarks behave deep within atomic nuclei, has found that the
universe simply doesn't like a state of nothingness.