What is the rest mass m of a particle traveling with the speed of light in the laboratory frame? i believe m = (E² - (pc)²)^.5 / c² is the correct equation to use? as velocity goes up, so does energy and momentum? so when velocity is at speed of light, E = infinity and momentum = infinity? so we have infinity - infinity on the numerator? so this gives mass = 0? is any of this correct? thanks for help.