What kind of significant impacts have originated from $E=mc^2$. Generally, it is regarded as the most famous equation of all time. Except for nuclear energy (fission and fusion) I do not know any ...
So from what I gather, relativistic mass = $m_0\gamma$ where $\gamma$ is the lorentz factor. So if i have a mass that is .5 at rest then it is safe to say that the relativistic mass will be 1 if it ...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B-L says that the difference between baryon number and lepton number is conserved. Ordinary hydrogen has one of each, but turning it into helium releases only the binding ...