Everything in the Universe is made from one type of thread.
All workings of the Universe are result from said thread.
The particle itself would be just the grey threads (or strings) in the picture (no color and a lot thinner of course).
It would fit perfectly inside of a dodecahedron
Actual thread (or string) length is about one Ångström and it is fine enough where 10 threads (20 radii) could curl-up into the size of a neutron.
Is energy equal to length? How about speed? Is speed equal to mass? No, of course not.
So everyone needs to stop saying mass and energy are equal -- they are not equal.
ENERGY CANNOT BE OUT ON ITS OWN
Everyone has the wrong idea of what energy, forces and fields are.
Energy is a particle vibration or movement.
You cannot have energy without a mass, energy is mass vibrating.
Energy cannot be out on its own. (a supposed mass-less particle is a particle nonetheless, but there are no mass-less particles, so that's irrelevant)
Same thing goes for forces.
A force is a group of particles arranged in a field pulling each other... and all of the particles absolutely have to be physically connected.
A force (a group of connected particles) can only push very short distances and in rare circumstances like same pole magnets.
But the point is... a force has to have particles involved.
A force cannot be out on its own.
Most of mainstream physics is a misconception.
There is no such thing as pure energy.
Again... Energy is a vibration on a particle (or particle movement).
Can energy be converted into mass?
Ummm... no, energy already has mass involved, it is a particle vibration or movement. There is no pure energy and you are not going to convert energy into mass.
Think of a guitar string. If you pluck it... that is the energy. If you remove the guitar string from the scenario... can you still have the energy? No, of course not.
Can you convert the guitar string vibration into mass? No... that is ridiculous.
Look at what everything really is...
DIMENSIONS AND UNITS
........mass = [M] = kilograms
......length = [L] = meters
........time = [T] = seconds
...frequency = [T^-1] = seconds ^-1
.......speed = [L]/[T] ...... = m/s
acceleration = [L]/[T^2] .... = m/s^2
....momentum = [M][L]/[T] ... = kg_m/s
.......force = [M][L]/[T^2] . = kg_m/s^2
......energy = [M][L^2]/[T^2] = kg_m^2/s^2
.......power = [M][L^2]/[T^3] = kg_m^2/s^3
Notice mass [M] is not equal to energy [M] [L^2] / [T^2] ...the vibration is missing
Here is what Einsteins famous equation really looks like...
[M] [L^2] / [T^2] = [M] [L^2] / [T^2]
Energy already is a mass times speed^2.
If you could just lop-off parts of an equation and claim whatever is left is equal... i.e. "energy equals mass" then you could also say that "power equals mass" and so does momentum and force. It is really stupid to think like that.
Speed is NOT equal to length. Speed is equal to length divided by time.
Energy is NOT equal to mass. Energy is equal to mass times speed squared.
READ THIS CAREFULLY: Energy is just a word for vibrating mass. It's like "RED" -- you can have a beautiful redheaded girlfriend, a red ball or a red firetruck -- but you cannot have just "red."
Could there be a blob of "red" floating around in outer space? NO! it would have to be made from something.
RED is a word to describe a property of something else.
ENERGY is a word to describe a property of something else.
The term "Pure Energy" came from Spock on Star Trek. That is SciFi.
TENSION IS A FORCE
NOTE: The "
T " in the equation...
TL = mc^2 ...below is tension and that's a force.
NOTE: The [T]'s inside brackets below are [time]
Tension times Length is equal to Energy.
TL = mc^2
tension [M][L]/[T^2] * length [L] = mass [M] * speed c^2 [L^2]/[T^2]
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