When a mass moves very fast where does it pick up its extra mass?

1 Answer
May 28, 2016

Answer:

I think it is a very tricky question...

Explanation:

I would think that it comes from the Kinetic Energy of the object which is converted into mass according to:
#E=mc^2#
So that if you try to increase its velocity it will go into increasing its mass (through the conversion of Kinetic Energy) without allowing it to pass the limit speed #c#.
...I think...!