## Energy and Mass in Relativity TheoryThis is the first book in which Einstein's equation is explicitly compared with its popular though not correct counterpart E = mc2, according to which mass increases with velocity. The book will be of interest to researchers in theoretical, atomic and nuclear physics, to historians of science as well as to students and teachers interested in relativity theory. |

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### Contents

On the Photon Mass | 5 |

The Concept of Mass | 11 |

Putting to Rest Mass Misconceptions | 17 |

The Concept of Mass Mass Energy Relativity | 27 |

The Fundamental Constants of Physics | 37 |

from Galilei to Higgs | 47 |

Physics of Nothing | 71 |

Gravitation Photons Clocks | 91 |

Spacetime and Vacuum as seen from Moscow | 157 |

Critical Velocities c3 and c2 in General Theory of Relativity | 171 |

Physics and Metrology | 177 |

The Virus of Relativistic Mass in the Year of Physics | 195 |

History Mass Charge | 215 |

50 Years of Speculation | 231 |

The Impact of the Sakata Model | 241 |

The Evolution of the Concepts of Energy Momentum and | 253 |

On the Interpretation of the Redshift in a Static Gravitational Field | 97 |

Photons and Static Gravity | 103 |

A Thought Experiment with Clocks in Static Gravity | 111 |

Trialogue on the Number of Fundamental Constants | 119 |

Photons Clocks Gravity and the Concept of Mass | 151 |

E0 mc2 Isnt the Lord Laughing? | 279 |

The Theory of Relativity and the Pythagorean Theorem | 285 |

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