Assume that energy of matter is some form of condensation onto the continuum.

Energy of matter (E_{m}) is; E_{m} = mc^{2}

Plank Thermal Energy (E_{P}) is; E_{P} = k_{B}T_{P}

Hawking Thermal Energy (E_{H}) is; E_{H} = k_{B}T_{H}

Where;

m is mass

c is the light constant

kB is the Boltzmann constant

TP is Plank Temperature; T_{P} = (Ћc^{5}/Gk_{B}^{2})^{½}

TH is Hawking Temperature; T_{H} = Ћc/4πk_{B}r_{S}

Ћ is the reduced Plank constant

G is the gravitational constant

rS is the Schwarzschild radius

The energies are related; E_{P}^{2} = 8πE_{m}E_{H}

This may be written as; ½E_{P}^{2}/A_{S} = E_{m}E_{H}/r_{S}^{2}

Where; A_{S} is Schwarzschild surface area; A_{S} = 4πr_{S}^{2}

This equation may also represent products of force.

This equation suggests that energy of matter is a condensation onto the continuum driven by differing thermal energies.