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Chris Nimmons

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TLDR I have no idea what I am talking about . Read this if you're bored.

I now realize I may have the wrong category. Please let me know what category would be best for my question. Thanks.

Can energy be stored in space itself?

With the equation e = mc^2 if we set the constant to c=1 then e=m. The speed of light is arbitrary in my understanding.

To me that means energy is the same thing as mass. With the new experiment of creation of electrons using photons does that mean that space is an energy storage mechanism? Are photons just a manifestation of space vibrating?

I now realize I may have the wrong category. Please let me know what category would be best for my question. Thanks.

Can energy be stored in space itself?

With the equation e = mc^2 if we set the constant to c=1 then e=m. The speed of light is arbitrary in my understanding.

To me that means energy is the same thing as mass. With the new experiment of creation of electrons using photons does that mean that space is an energy storage mechanism? Are photons just a manifestation of space vibrating?

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