Most of the physicalness we observe in our universe is the result of the presence of mass. No mass, no observed gravity or relativity. No mass, no observable quantum effects. No mass, no stars or planets. No mass, no biology. No mass, no human beings. No energy, no mass. Mass and energy are equivalent. Mass can be converted to pure energy, and so if mass has an “essence,” energy is it. I’ve quoted science writer Paul Davies before writing in his book Superforce about energy, “When an abstract concept becomes so successful that it permeates through to the general public, the distinction between real and imaginary becomes blurred. . . . This is what happened in the case of energy. . . . Energy is . . . an imaginary, abstract concept which nevertheless has become so much a part of our everyday vocabulary that we imbue it with concrete existence.” Energy is a concept. No existential properties are allowed to be assigned to it. If energy is an imaginary concept, the essence of mass is an imaginary concept. A concept is a thought. If energy is a thought, mass is a thought. A thought requires a thinker. The thinker proposed powerful enough to manifest the universe is God. No serious physicist doubts E=mc^2. Therefore, all physicists who believe mass and energy are equivalent, and who believe energy is only a concept also are stating, intentionally or not, that mass is a thought. And if mass is a thought, that suggests God thought it (Lifegazer was right afterall). Physicists believe in God! :surprised Anyone see a problem with my logic?