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If according to energy-mass equivalence, an object's mass increase as its energy increases too, then the amount of energy a particle possesses determines its interaction with the Higgs Field. How is this right or wrong?
It does not. The equivalence is true for particles or systems in their rest frame only.If according to energy-mass equivalence, an object's mass increase as its energy increases too
If according to energy-mass equivalence, an object's mass increase as its energy increases too, then the amount of energy a particle possesses determines its interaction with the Higgs Field. How is this right or wrong?