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**New Theories / Re: I have a theory about me!**

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I do not think the physical phenomena will lead to any information about the beginning of the universe or where it comes from. our knowledge is to explain what exists and not how it existed , our creative skills is to build things from what exists and not to create matter or energy.

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I think that why light moves at speed c because it is a kinetic energy of 0.5mc^2 !!

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motion is the interchangeability between energy and matter , if an object with mass 1 k.g and kinetic energy 1 joule , this one joule will interchange with PART of the full energy in one kilogram causing motion , it does need to be consumed or to be taken from another source the exchange keep the same amount without loss , that why an object can not move faster than light because its kinetic energy exceed the actual energy stored which is 0.5mc^2 , the interchangeability is between equal amount and have the same origin energy -matter , so energy contained in mass m equals 0.5 mc^2 and not mc^2 , classical kinetic energy equation 0.5mv^2 applies to all speeds , when an object moves by c speed its kinetic energy equals 0.5mc^2 which the same as its mass-energy , I predict that if an object moves at speed of light and its pushed by say a rocket mechanism , it will heat up or emit rays , and it won't move faster , in other words the energy can't exchange with matter . it has another form rather than being kinetic energy.

I made a mistake by saying stored energy inside matter causing gravity equals mc^2 by assuming we should double the possible potential energy :

" suppose we have two masses M and m , let mass M be fixed in space and let mass m be put in every possible position in space , the potential energy from infinity to schwarzschild radius is :

-GMm/Rs , but schwarzschild radius Rs is , Rs= 2GM/c^2 , potential energy= - (0.5 )mc^2 "

however it should be just half the amount of mc^2 and it is the same as the energy stored in mass m.

I made a mistake by saying stored energy inside matter causing gravity equals mc^2 by assuming we should double the possible potential energy :

" suppose we have two masses M and m , let mass M be fixed in space and let mass m be put in every possible position in space , the potential energy from infinity to schwarzschild radius is :

-GMm/Rs , but schwarzschild radius Rs is , Rs= 2GM/c^2 , potential energy= - (0.5 )mc^2 "

however it should be just half the amount of mc^2 and it is the same as the energy stored in mass m.

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The idea of magnetizing or demagnetizing permanent magnets results in work done by ferromagnetic materials around ,in vacuum for a permanent magnet gaining or loosing magnetism , a piece of iron in all possible places in space can be attracted toward or taken away from this specific magnet and produce work done. The sum of all possible potential energy by this Ferromagnetic material in all possible position in space is an estimate of the energy contained on magnet to cause field from the first place i.e. when this energy is gone field disappear and that causes work done.

Consider gravity, the gravitational force between two massive objects is proportional to their contained energies, and their contained energies is proportional to their masses, for two massive objects (M) and (m) with their contained energies (E) and (e) respectively, and a gravitational force between them (F):

E=k*M

e=k*m

F ∝ e*E

(k) is a constant.

However calculating all possible potential energy for mass (m) in all possible positions in space with respect to mass (M) is in fact the total energy (U):

U=E+e

Taking the energy (e) approaches zero by (m) approaching zero gives us the contained energy in mass (M) which is (E).

Consider gravity, the gravitational force between two massive objects is proportional to their contained energies, and their contained energies is proportional to their masses, for two massive objects (M) and (m) with their contained energies (E) and (e) respectively, and a gravitational force between them (F):

E=k*M

e=k*m

F ∝ e*E

(k) is a constant.

However calculating all possible potential energy for mass (m) in all possible positions in space with respect to mass (M) is in fact the total energy (U):

U=E+e

Taking the energy (e) approaches zero by (m) approaching zero gives us the contained energy in mass (M) which is (E).

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