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Why does heating increase mass?
« Reply #50 on: 30/01/2011 13:05:23 »
When electron falls into proton, mass of electron INCREASES, mass of proton DECREASES, and vacuum's em-field becomes exited and its mass INCREASES.
Which movie is it?  :)
I don't like that comment.
I thought you wouldn't have preferred to be told they are bull...ts.

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Electron in an atom actually has quite a lot
speed.
And what this has to do with the masses of proton and electron? Those masse doesn't vary.

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Note that when an electron and a proton fuse into an atom the electron and the
proton move through a voltage drop that is more like 10000 V than 13.6 V.
You clearly don't even know how to define and compute a potential in electrostatic (they teach it in high schools).
 

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Why does heating increase mass?
« Reply #51 on: 30/01/2011 14:13:17 »
Always people turn hostile when I'm showing off my superior physics skills :)

1:  A particle accelerator

2: one proton  .... one electron here further away


1 and 2 are the same, I mean there is no fundamental difference. Electron gains mass
in both cases.

 


 

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« Reply #52 on: 31/01/2011 12:49:00 »
Always people turn hostile when I'm showing off my superior physics skills :)

1:  A particle accelerator

2: one proton  .... one electron here further away


1 and 2 are the same, I mean there is no fundamental difference. Electron gains mass
in both cases.
It doesn't gain mass in either cases. Sorry.
 

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