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MoralDynamics - are there Laws?

Having a very shallow understanding of the First and Second Laws of Thermodynamics, at least as they apply to housework, I'm driven to consider at least the First Law of MoralDynamix.

Thus, if morals are neither lost nor gained, why do they follow us everywhere? Why do they NOT change form?

So, it could go this way: Morals are neither lost nor gained, they merely get reinterpreted?

Or, morals are neither lost not gained, nor can they be regulated?

I feel a solipcism coming on.

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