Waves have energy without mass which can't be true in Einstein's equation(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

E=mc^{2}

If you work out that E=0 (mass of waves) times 300,000 c^{2}

then its zero.

Please can someone tell me why waves can have energy but without mass which in einstein's equation cannot be right.

Thank you

Scimaster

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# Waves having energy with no mass

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