# Mass And Energy-A Bank General Assets And Liabilities Approach –The General Theory Of ‘Mass, Energy ,Space And Time’-Part 2

@article{Kumar2012MassAE, title={Mass And Energy-A Bank General Assets And Liabilities Approach –The General Theory Of ‘Mass, Energy ,Space And Time’-Part 2}, author={K N Prasanna Kumar and B. S. Kiranagi and C. S. Bagewadi}, journal={Mathematical theory and modeling}, year={2012}, volume={2}, pages={90-152} }

Diurnal dynamics of mass and energy equivalence is studied. From the Einstein’s classic equation E=mc 2 ,it bears ample testimony that E-mc 2 =0 which provides an infallible observatory to the fact that matter would dissipate energy on various fronts, be it transformation of one energy to another or intergalactic cataclysms that lead to apocalyptic atrophication in the mass ,notwithstanding the fact that the radiation carries the rest mass. , and law of conservation of mass and energy are… Expand

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