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  1. If you do not unlock all the posts...................
  2. Your time is up and I will answer this question tomorrow or when I get back.
  3. The question is "is an nuclear electromagnetic field expanding?"
  4. Real men would concede that why girls are superior. "Hence we can say: If a body takes up an amount of energy Eo, then its inertial mass increases by an amount Eo/c2 " (Einstein6, § 15). "The special theory of relativity has rendered the Maxwell-Lorentz theory so plausible" "we see that the term mc2, which has hitherto attracted our attention, is nothing else than the energy possessed by the body before it absorbed the energy Eo
  5. Massless means electromagnetic photon---inertial mass. "Hence we can say: If a body takes up an amount of energy Eo, then its inertial mass increases by an amount Eo/c2 " (Einstein6, § 15). Thanks for dinner.
  6. In Einstein's paper, "The Principle of Relativity and Its Consequences in Modern Physics" (1910), Einstein describes an electromagnetic ether. "When it was realized that a profound analogy exists between the elastic vibrations of ponderable matter and the phenomena of interference and diffraction of light, it could not be doubted that light must be considered as a vibratory state of a special kind of matter. Since, moreover, light can propagate in places devoid of ponderable matter, one was forced to assume for the propagation of light a special kind of matter that is different from pond
  7. Are you not avoiding the question that is being presented to you? I have clearly stated the question at hand and you seem to be reluctant in answering the said problem that I have exposed regarding physics and since this is a physics forum and not a English grammar forum I believe that typo errors are not a sufficient reason to avoid answering the question. Perhaps you should allow the numerous people with much more superior knowledge regarding physics have a chance to respond or may you could email a physics prof from MIT or Stanford, or Harvard to answer the problem.
  8. If you have rest-mass of electron me = 9.11*10^-31 kg, after multiplying it by c^2, where c=299792458 m/s, It is energy after annihilation. But you need also positron, antimatter antiparticle of electron, with the same rest-mass as electron me. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ The inertial mass is massless. An electron has a mass. e − +e + →γ+γ
  9. Does an electromagnetic field based on Faraday's induction effect expand. Please, explain what you are assuming is "nonsense". It is the electromagnetic theory of modern physics or something else?
  10. Is dark matter another name for the aether, ether, diametric medium, electric fluid, dark energy and elastic fluid ? Or is the dark matter something new.
  11. Does an EM field expand? Also, girl power.
  12. Einstein is attempting to justify Fresnel's ether composed of matter with an electromagnetic ether using the inertial mass since Einstein is justifying the existence of Fresnel's ether using the reversal of the negative result of Michelson-Morley experiment based on Lorentz's theory. "On the other hand, all coordinate systems moving relatively were to be regarded as in motion with respect to the æther. To this motion against the æther ("æther-drift") were attributed more complicated laws which were supposed to hold relative to. Strictly speaking, such an æther-drift ought also to be ass
  13. "Hence we can say: If a body takes up an amount of energy Eo, then its inertial mass increases by an amount Eo/c2 (Einstein6, § 15). You were saying???. Maybe boys should consider what you are saying first before you post. Just a little suggestion.
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