# All publications of Muneeba Saba . کراچی , Pākistān

A Reflection On Physics

Published: 9/5/2020

*As we know what Einstein's theory say E=mc2. Where energy is interchangeable with mass and speed of light in a squared form. For example, when one works out, they need energy to sweat which ultimately affects the mass or it’s the opposite when a person is stationary. Now there is a contradiction since Newtons says F=ma. Force is mass and acceleration. For example, if a car is moving at a force of 1 N it requires a mass of 1 kg at an acceleration of 1 m/s. Or lets put it like this if you pull a hair at force of 0.7 N it requires a mass of 7 kg at an acceleration 7 m/s. Now as stated by the Einstein theory of relativity e=mc2, what if let's say sound-waves require energy and due to that sound waves are as energy in the medium of air. Where will then be the mass of air go from the surroundings? What will happen to the mass of air if there is all energy. Air possesses a mass of 28.96 g/mol. Can we say in terms of the theory that energy is changeable with the mass and energy becomes mass? Temperature requires a certain amount of energy to turn liquid into gas in the form of water vapors. We can conclude from when we see water waves in a sea. What does it click at this point is there is an ocean that has a certain temperature and the waves are due to energy which affects the temperature in the form of water vapors in the air. It seems tangible now. That is what quantum physics tells us, as Neil Bohr described an example of a moving wheel, which says one moving wheel and another moving wheel are tangible with one another. No matter wherever you put the wheel, the result difference will still be the same even if one is spanned at north and the other spanned at some part of south. Similarly considering the laws we have just looked through gives an idea that everything that is made of atoms and photons are interconnected in the universe through an entanglement between them. Let's look at the example of a moving car, the car is moving forwards while leaving the roads backwards, if you imagine its like a vertical connection between the two, no matter you reverse or run the car on neutral the road will still lag behind. Or let's consider the example of a work out. What do you see from Neil Bohr’s perspective? As you move and sweat releasing some form of energy it will automatically affect the mass or vice versa, In the simplest of the terms our body is a form of an entanglement, the more you release energy, workout and sweat the more you vessels you will dilate and more blood to the body through non-tangled vessels. Similarly the planets share the same idea of being tangled with one another. If we get into the teleportation of earth, the idea of having a parallel universe can come to true at its most extent. *

*A reflection on physics *

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