1. This formula equates mass and energy as part and parcel to each other (x amount of mass = x amount of energy)

Logical it seems at frist glance, but i wonder when i look at atoms colliding which produce gigantic amounts of energy way out of proportion to their mass.

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3. dont forget light speed..

4. is the equation which tells us the total amount of energy a given mass of matter has contained within it.

For example, a 1 gram piece of matter has a total energy of 9x10^13 J:

so

This is roughly equivalent to the yield of the Hiroshima bomb, by the way.

However, this formula is used for mass at rest- a slightly moderated formula is used for the total energy of matter in motion:

This formula actually predicts the existence of antimatter, as shown by Dirac- using matrices, which is quite ironic as he set out to remove the negatives (antimatter) from the equation.

5. Originally Posted by x(x-y)
is the equation which tells us the total amount of energy a given mass of matter has contained within it. For example, a 1 gram piece of matter has a total energy of 9x10^13 J:soThis is roughly equivalent to the yield of the Hiroshima bomb, by the way.However, this formula is used for mass at rest- a slightly moderated formula is used for the total energy of matter in motion:This formula actually predicts the existence of antimatter, as shown by Dirac- using matrices, which is quite ironic as he set out to remove the negatives (antimatter) from the equation.
Following the above line of thought, Then a black hole with its compressed mass must contain energy beyond measure thereby rendering it's mass noll and void.

6. How on Earth did you come to that conclusion, then?

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