yor_on; you are thinking  You can also consider photons of light as mass themselves. They then do not have mass. They are mass. I have made that statement a few times lately and it has not been challenged, but I am sure most folks are not comfortable with it. I arrived at that by just looking at the arithmetic. m = hv / c2. Then just choose the units to eliminate the constants and we are left with m = v; or mass = electromagnetic change. Then restate it simply; mass is electromagnetic change.It sound as if we're born under the same full moon here Vern
Electromagnetic change is any change in the electric and magnetic charge amplitude in a localized area that can be considered as a system.
How much would Earth and the moon need to have to attract each other?
Or the solarsystem as a whole, and why don't we notice it?