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  1. Assumptions: 1) Light bends when it passes a field of gravity, e.g. a planet. Hence light has a mass? 2) Light cannot escape from a black hole because the gravity field of a black hole is so strong. Question: Now, let us say there is a “light-black hole” from which light can escape just barely. Is the starting velocity of the escaping light slower than 300,000,000 m/s until it reaches open space and only after that it really starts to rock’n’roll?
  2. Hmmm... I have posted two topics regarding (1) black holes and light (2) E=mcc. Which one are you actually referring to? :)
  3. The unit of Joule is kg*m2/s2. Speed of light (c) is 299 792 458 m/s, rounded 3E+08 m/s. Thus c*c is 9E+16 m2/s2. Example: A mass (m) of 1kg is burned. The substance is such that no residue is left. Since E=mcc, 9E+16 Joule of energy is created. However, when we burn 1kg of e.g. wood, experimentally we get about 7E+6 (or so) Joule of energy. Where did the rest go? Best regrads Pseudoscientist
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