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Then even though p is constant, the position vector r is constantly
changing in both magnitude and direction.
In this case, L is not constant.
No torques, no interactions with something outside of my system (the
ball and my oddly chosen origin), and L is not conserved.
is angular momentum only conserved if the ball is orbiting about the
center of a circular path or a foci of an ellipse?