Ok guys, so let's suppose we have a mass of 1kg. We can calculate the energy that matter could deliver. E=mc², roughly 10^8c. Supposing this energy was delivered from a photon (supposing it exists such a processus that could delivery such energy in a single photon), we can calculate the wavelength corresponding. More or less 2x10^-42. Which is less than the Planck lenght . My question is, (i just started a physics degree so I don't have that much knowledge), when this photon will be produced, what will happen? Space between wavelength is smaller than PL.