i have looked on the net for a formula that would give me an idea(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

of how much gravitational energy verses other energies is given

of when a massive body is destroyed, is there such a formula?

or is it just that the mass of the body is converted into energy by

E=M^2 and the gravitational energy that, that the origonal body

exhibited?

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# Formula for gravitational energy

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