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**Author:**

McMahon, Casey Ray

**Category:**

Research Papers

**Sub-Category:**

Mathematical Physics

**Language:**

English

**Date Published:**

June 14, 2015

**Downloads:**

687

**Keywords:**

Electron, light, E=mc2, E=mc^2, relativity, Einstein, McMahon, kinetic, velocity, reality, mcmahon field theory

**Abstract:**

Here, I review and explain Einsteins Paper: “Einstein, A. (1905) Does the inertia of a body depend upon its energy content? Annalen der Physik. 18:639.” I explain how Einstein derives his E = Mc2 equation (simpler explanation in appendix). I then use his derivation to verify the McMahon field theory, which states that the electromagnetic spectrum is simply an electron dilated by different magnitudes of relativity- hence show that all energy is simply particles (such as electrons, protons, and neutrons) dilated by different magnitudes of relativity. This paper, as well as Einsteins work, therefore verifies the paper “McMahon, C.R. (2010) “McMahon field theory: Theoretical unification of relativity and quantum physics, thus methods to generate gravity and time.” The general science Journal.” I also partially review Einsteins paper “Einstein, A. (1905) On the electrodynamics of moving bodies. June 30, 1905. Annalen der Physik. 322 (10): 891–921”. Here I derive an equation that shows that as a mass approaches the speed of light, only then does this mass begin to appear as energy. Thus, this paper presents a new equation that shows that energy is nothing more than moving mass (eg: electrons), which explains why light has both particle and wave properties. This equation is termed “the remaining available rest mass-to-energy conversion equation”.

Neutrinos are sub-atomic particles. I have tried to focus only on the proton, neutron and electron. Still, since neutrinos are uncharged sub atomic particles, they may be simular to neutrons

Updated for much better clarity

according to “McMahon, C.R. (2010) “McMahon field theory, where does neutrino find its place ,say what way you are going to describe the neutrinos

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