Do computers defy the law of conservation of mass? Because, if a computer can

Do computers defy the law of conservation of mass? Because, if a computer can

Do computers defy the law of conservation of mass? Because, if a computer can copy a program there is twice the amount of space taken up. But how can you just duplicate an amount of space (MB, KB, GB,etc.) if you add nothing to it?

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