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Posted by CL on March 18, 2000 18:50:49 UTC

Is gravitational potential energy an "actual" energy? If so...... then the more mass an object has, the more potential energy it has, hence the more mass it has~~> ( E/c^2 ), hence the more energy it infinitum. This can`t be correct. Please respond with a solution.

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