Is the measurement of the mass of an object derived from any of its more basic religions? What does modern particle physics say?
The way the definition of mass is given in school textbooks, many of them may be a little confused, — let’s start the discussion from there.
“The amount of matter in an object is called the mass of that object.”
But how can the matter be measured? Suppose a friend of mine from school, Democritus, was asked such a question. The answer to the wise Democrats is ready, ‘Very straightforward. An object is made up of countless…