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This is a simple question. Does the Energy create both Fermion and Boson particles ? or just only the Fermion particles?

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All particles... – Shahar Apr 26 '14 at 1:40
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The equation $$E=mc^2,$$ or more generally $$E^2=(pc)^2 + (mc^2)^2,$$ is valid for any particle. More info on this energy-momentum relation can be found on its Wiki page. I suppose one can take the lack of "fermion" or "boson" on this page as indication of its general applicability.

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E=mc^2 applie to all particles. The differences in masses is the basis of nuclear and even chemical energy. For example, a H atom is lighter than a proton and electron by the energy of ionisation.

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