WHAT IS MASS?
Newton’s formula, F=ma, when converted to indicate mass, says that mass is equal to force over acceleration, or m=F/a.
Einstein’s formula E=mc2, when converted to indicate mass, says that mass is equal to energy divided by the speed of light that is squared, or m=E/c2.
From these formulas we can then deduct that mass is composed of force, acceleration, and fantastic speed.
Speed and acceleration are related, something that is stationary cannot have a speed unless or until it is accelerated to the speed.
If we consider the ”c” also as an intrinsic acceleration constant of the “kinetic force”, (proto-mass) then it becomes clear as to why the c fits twice into the mass or energy calculation of Einstein‘s formula. The kinetic force has a surface area K2. The K2 is being accelerated internally to the maximum which is “c”. K2 * c = potential force “U”, now if we divide U by the kinetic force K, (U/K) we get the representation of ordinary mass, containing both kinetic and potential force. If the (U/K) is considered from the view point of static forces, then both U and K can be considered as a force. If the (U/K) is considered as energy, then the U represents potential energy and the K represents kinetic energy..
If this (U/K) mass is given the speed of light, then it will contain the maximum (kinetic) energy. E=(U/K)c.
If the ordinary (U/K) mass is divided by the speed of light then you get the amount of fundamental mass that gives mass its density, this “proto-mass” is also responsible for the weight, gravity, and charge of particles, but only when it has this intrinsic movement.