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## Kinetic energy - Wikipedia

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In physics, the kinetic energy of an object is the energy that it possesses due to its motion. ... The kinetic energy in the moving cyclist and the bicycle can be converted to ... However, if the sp...

May 4, 2009 ... If the meter stick were traveling at 99.5% of the speed of light with its ... Everything would seem normal to you, since they do not have a high ... The momentum (and kinetic energy) of a particle pushed to the speed of light would be infinite! ... This is why no object can move at or faster than the speed of light.

## If a particle is moving at the speed of light are its potential and kinetic ...

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Aug 13, 2016 ... Kinetic Energy is the measure of energy due to speed of that object whereas ... What would happen if a cosmic subatomic particle with speed close to that of light ... Do all objects, moving or not, have kinetic energy because of the ... Why can't we provide the momentum/energy of light to a particle moving ...

## Accelerating particles to speeds infinitesimally close to the speed of ...

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Dec 2, 2010 ... Since the speed of light is a finite number, why can we go so close to its speed but not quite ... If we've gotten so close by giving it larger and larger acceleration ... And how much of a difference is there between 99.99% the speed of ... You would need infinite amount of energy to get to c from something less.

## If a particle with rest-mass were to, in theory, travel at the speed of light

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The total energy is theparticle's rest mass energy PLUS its kinetic energy. ... the total energy of a particle moving at speeds close to the speed oflight (relativistic ... They get arbitrarilyclose to the speed of light, but theoretically nothing can actually ... If you plug in numbers where v is much smaller than c (for an object ...

## If a 1kg mass was accelerated close to the speed of light would it ...

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Jan 20, 2011 ... If a 1kg mass was accelerated close to the speed of light would it turn into a ... So you can look at that 1-kg mass in a reference frame that's moving along with it. ... does get stronger because the rotational kinetic energy gravitates. ... For particles traveling at constant velocity there is no event horizon, an...

## Q: What would you experience if you were going the speed of light ...

Nov 13, 2010 ... Q: If you zoom in far enough, what do particles look like? ... On the other hand, if it were moving at the speed of light relative to you, then it was ... planet and converting them into kinetic energy would get you going really fast, ... vantage point (no experiment you could possibly do would conclude otherwise).

## Q: How can photons have energy and momentum, but no mass ...

Sep 8, 2010 ... Anything with zero mass always travels at the speed of light. ... Say you have an object with mass m, that isn't moving (P=0). ... This would occur regardless of whether kinetic energy was present, everything that travels ... 7) Particles with rest mass (higgs mass) can't travel at light speed because any amount ...

## Kinetic Energy in the relativistic regime

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Q: What if the velocity of an object is small compared to the speed of light? v << c ... then defines the total energy of a particle to be the sum of its rest energy and ... How much KE does the helium nucleus have? How fast will it be moving? ... If Joe could convert the rest mass of his soda into energy, how much energy would  ...

## Mass, Energy, The Speed of Light

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How are the mass and the kinetic energy of an object related to the object's speed? ... results if the object is moving pretty slowly—less than about 10% of the  ...