Quantum Physics

   

A Stroll Around E=mc² and Planck’s Constant

Authors: Thierry De Mees

Since generations it has been taught that the relationship between energy and mass for E-M waves is E = m c². However, in this paper we will discover that this equation unveils the intrinsic potential energy of the carrier of waves, formerly called ‘aether’. We will find the mass of an electron and Planck’s constant in terms of the aether’s density.

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