Do you think E=mc² is right or wrong, then?
Absolutely. Its based only on the teachings of the mystical kabbalistic religion. That of alchemy, numerology and man is god and can ascend into hight planes of dimensions.
That's exactly what Quantum Mechanics is all about, the top physicists even say its "amazing" that the ancient zohar teaching of Kabbal were able to be so accurate, so often.
With E=mc2, Einstein said that in SR, length contracts, time dilates, AND MASS INCREASES, but after they realized that no one sees any mass increase and it makes absolutely not one scrap of sense, they twist Einstein's words around now, and say "although he kept saying "mass" he actually really meant "energy".
No he did not, he said mass, he meant mass.
If he meant energy and not mass, then this famous equation MUST be re-written as "Energy = energy * light-speed squared."
Which if you are astute, you will recognize is still garbage.
So then they say, Oh well, its not the same energy, its the "energy of mass".
Now again, if you can THINK, you will realize that mass is just the measure of how much matter there is.
And because we don't actually have a real definition of matter, they end up saying that mass is exactly the same as the inertia of an object.
The formula or definition is identical. mass and inertia is the same thing exactly, the measure of how much effort is required to move something made of stuff, matter.
So, now comes the part where you have to think for yourself, but as this is hard for you, as you have been indoctrinated, Ill help you.
So mass and inertia what are what exactly? Well they are just physical properties of stuff. like color and smell and temperature are physical properties of stuff.
So as mass is just a measure, a simple property of something, HOW THE F**K can it have its own property? the additional property of some energy? (Energy is also just a measure of some property of stuff)
A property is fundamental, it can never have its own property.
It’s like saying that my dog is heavy, and heavy has the color purple. (heavy and purple are properties)
If that last sentence makes any sense to you, then congratulations, you are a relativist! Welcome to the church, please read and learn the rest of the religious dogma.