- Does relativistic mass make a proportional gravitational effect on observer it flies by?
Does relativistic mass make a proportional gravitational effect on observer it flies by? Does 1 ton (resting 1 ton) of lead moving relatively observer at some speed close enough to C may appear as a micro black hole? What abort Hawkings radiation in this case? Does it mean that we may convert any mass to energy via Hawkings radiation simply by speeding up such mass fast enough? How relativistic mass contributes to total mass of observable universe? ~13.8+ billion light years away any proton must have ~infinite mass relatively Earth' observer; does it meant that universe has an infinite mass relatively Earth' observer?