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Asymptotic freedom is a property of field theories in theoretical physics that causes particles to interact less and less as their energies increase and distances decrease.
The closer and the more energetic particles are, the less they fight against each other.
Asymptotic freedom is a pivotal property that allows physical theories to be consistent with experiments. It is also an expression reminding us that freedom is something that we can only try to approach but that we will never fully reach. Further, asymptotic freedom reminds us indirectly that we live in a low energy world where fascinating interactions between components do occur, and we could not live without them.