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What is mass made up of?

Even the biggest scientists of all time had no idea from where did these effects come... One hypothesis is that of Higgs mechanism and I don't get convinced by this hypothesis.But another hypothesis came for me... Can't mass be the 'container' of energy? As every object gets its own energy, whatever means it may be, every container has a limit. So, when approaching speeds of light, the mass increases. That means, the container can't hold any more. Is there any problem with this? help me!

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4 years, 1 month ago

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mass IS energy bro. u can't say that mass is the container of energy because mass is energy, hence E=mc^2...(simplified version)...u should really crack open a physics textbook, then you wouldn't have all these random questions

Will-i-am Guo - 2 years, 1 month ago

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Bro, there is no point in answering questions which are 2 years old. I wonder how you got my article from trash. I was at that time someone new to all these stuff, so random questions are a must.

Check out my new article on cosmic viscosity. No blunders, I guarantee.

Fahad Shihab - 2 years ago

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