A Relative Explanation Of Albert Einstein’s E=MC2

A relative explanation of Albert Einstein’s E=MC2 is our latest work in the segment Thesis. This thesis will include first, the explanation of energy. The second would be the ratio of mass and speed of light in the relevance of energy. The third will be the cause of energy between two heavenly bodies. At the end concluding that energy is directly proportional to the mass and the distance between the bodies. So without further ado, starting the thesis A Relative Explanation.

A Relative Explanation (E=MC2)

Every object is either stationary or in movement in relation to each other. For Instance, you are stationary in relation to the laptop you are working on. On the other hand, the car moving on the road outside is in motion in relation to you. Mass and Speed of the object decide that either a body is in motion or it is motionless. This is directly proportional to the energy that the object emits. Now our question is, what is energy? And how does it justify the statement?

Explanation Of Energy

According to Newton’s law, energy can neither be created nor be destroyed but can be transferred from one form to another form. The question arises that what is energy as it was never created and it can’t be destroyed. This hypothesis concludes that once there was an atom that multiplied as a progressive object. For instance, let’s assume our solar system is an atom. In this atom, the sun is a nucleus and the planets revolving are electrons. Similarly, the earth revolving around the sun in a fixed path is like one positive electron or in other words a progressive element revolving around the nucleus sun. Thus, energy is nothing but a progressive element in an atom.

Mass And Speed Of Light

Two objects having mass are in motion in relation to each other. But what is the need for the speed of light in this equation? Here we again have a hypothesis concluding the relationship between the speed of light and mass. We have figured out what is energy in the above hypothesis. In this one, we are concluding that when there are two objects that are in motion have to be seen by each other. If there is no light then there is no relation between the objects.

Hence, the light has to be the time frame by which they can come in relation to making a room for the mass of the object. Mass, as defined, is space occupied by the object with resistance to acceleration. If a body doesn’t have mass then it can’t resist acceleration. Hence, stating that anybody at speed has to have mass. Therefore further moving onto the next segment the cause of energy between two heavenly bodies.