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[Mentor's note: this is a continuation of a thread in the Quantum Physics forum:

https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=144296

which turned into a discussion of the various kinds of mass in relativity.]Originally Posted by Los Bobos

"It is actually more consistent to say, that from SR we know that mass does not increase with velocity. Here you would have to think what is momentum in SR. And of course the biggest problem of elementary QM, the difference in the handling of spatial and temporal coordinates."

Well, no. I haven't studied either of QM or SR in real depth.I'm still in high school.:( How mass does not incrase with velocity? I will be very thankful if you clearly explain it in bit detail.

Thanks

https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=144296

which turned into a discussion of the various kinds of mass in relativity.]Originally Posted by Los Bobos

"It is actually more consistent to say, that from SR we know that mass does not increase with velocity. Here you would have to think what is momentum in SR. And of course the biggest problem of elementary QM, the difference in the handling of spatial and temporal coordinates."

Well, no. I haven't studied either of QM or SR in real depth.I'm still in high school.:( How mass does not incrase with velocity? I will be very thankful if you clearly explain it in bit detail.

Thanks

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