Authors: Moshe Segal
The kinetic energy of a moving mass is attributed to the mass increase because of its velocity. Thus, mass is recognized as a special form of energy. As will be shown in this article, there are similarities between mass and charge which might lead us to conclude that charge should also be considered as a special form of energy. Thus, this article does claim that Charge might also be recognized as another form of Energy, as mass turned to be. This claim, if found viable, and supported by additional findings, will make Energy as the only distinct entity (in addition to time and space), a simpler and cleaner view of nature. Also, this article suggests the following: 1. Analogeous to the equation: E = m c ^ 2 where E is energy, m is mass c is the speed of light and ^ stands for power of. derived by the special theory of relativity, which describes the relation between the energy embedded in mass and mass magnitude, this article suggests several options of equations that might describe the relation between the energy and charge magnitude. These suggestions are based only on assumptions and must be supported by additional findings. 2. Since charge comes in two types, a positive charge and a negative charge, then the energy embedded in charge also comes in two energy types. This might be one of the crucial reasons why it was difficult to recognize charge as another form of energy. However, the article provides a logical explanation to this issue. The article also assigns these energy types to one set of Energy Pairs. This Energy Pairs Theory is also used to explain why in the electron and positron collisions the charges completely disappear.
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