Relativity and Cosmology


Electric Charges Might be a Form of Energy

Authors: Moshe Segal

After the presentation of the Special Relativity Theory, Mass was discovered to be a form of Energy. Thus, after the presentation of the Special Relativity Theory, the Electric Charge remained the only distinct entity that is not a form of Energy. This article claims that Electric Charges might be considered also as a form of Energy. This claim is initially based on an analysis, presented in several articles, which analyze the energies embedded in electric and magnetic fields, and show that such energies, which are dependent on the existence of a force field (electric or magnetic) in order to exist, can annihilate each other, in certain situations, an annihilation that seems to violate the Energy Conservation Principle. In light of the above such energies are grouped as Energy Pairs. Then, because energies in electric and magnetic fields are generated initially from electric charges, the Energy Pairs Theory is also used to explain the issue of charge disappearance in electron positron collisions. This provides additional support to the assumption that Charge is Energy. Because, as electric or magnetic energies are shown to annihilate each other and disappear, in certain situations, positive and negative charge might also annihilate each other in certain situations, such as, in electron positron collisions, which strengthen the claim that Electric Charges are also a form of Energy. In addition to using the above, the claim, that Electric Charge might be a form of Energy, is discussed in this article from additional angles. 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 form of Energy. Thus, this article does claim that Charge might also be recognized as a form of Energy, as Mass turned to be. This claim will make Energy as the only distinct entity (in addition to Time and Space), a simpler and cleaner view of nature

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