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  1. #1 virtual mass 
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    consider a particle of mass m vibrating between two ends A and B.
    Now if the particle vibrates with a very high frequency is it possible that space in which it vibrates will retain the properties of matter. Thus energy released will be more than actual mass of the particle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by parag
    consider a particle of mass m vibrating between two ends A and B.
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    Quote Originally Posted by parag
    Now if the particle vibrates with a very high frequency is it possible that space in which it vibrates will retain the properties of matter.
    Just like when you see the blades of a fan blurring when it runs at high speed?? And you assume that space takes on the properties of that particle? Why should space do that? And why does space not take on the properties of some matter that sits in it and is at rest??


    Quote Originally Posted by parag
    Thus energy released will be more than actual mass of the particle.
    Why do you think that energy will be released in that proces? Like in some generator or so?
    Just 102 years ago some dude showed (and a lot of people prved him right) that the maximum amount of energy you can get out of matter is the mass of this matter times (the speed of light)^2.

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