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- So, if E=mc^2, then matter is formed from a lot of energy. So, how is energy organized to form a fermion? Are there energy "building blocks".
We all know that matter is formed from energy. I am wondering how that is done. I am assuming there is some smallest unit of energy, which I will call a "Planck Energy Block" or "Planck Block". I am also assuming these Planck Blocks may be arranged in different ways to form fermions. I do not know if there is only a single type of Planck Block or several types. I am hoping people can help me think this through.