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2014-11-14T13:59:51+08:00

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Absolutely not. Cause first of all, only matter have the properties of mass and occupies space. But heat and light is not a matter, they are form of energy especially heat and light don't have particles like heat, it only has photons and it doesn't have any mass.
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2014-11-14T20:30:15+08:00

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No, heat and light don't have mass at all. They also do not occupy space because they are not matter. Heat is energy in transit while light is a form of energy...

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