#9338701, By senso-ji Friday's science question for spindizzy

  • senso-ji 1 Feb 2013 11:09:15 7,910 posts
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    Einstein's E=M(C)Sq tells us that the momentum (energy) of something must have a mass. Light particles (Photons) have zero mass when stationary, but will have a mass when moving as they're generating energy. So you just divide the speed of light by the energy they create to get their current mass.
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