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is it correct that matter and anti matter collisions release all their "mass energy" when they collide?
is it correct that matter and anti matter collisions release all their "mass energy" when they collide due to having opposite electric charge?
If so, why isn't electric charge postulated as the source of energy, leaving mass as some accidental by-product.
time dilation with gravitational gradients on earth has been measured using laser interferometry. However true this appears, it doesn't support energy from mass as Einstein claimed
it doesn't ... deter suggestions that energy could actually be an electrical effect.
What is the (energy) for neutron and antineutron annihilation please?
The energy involved in nuclear interactions is really huge