E =
mc²

**E =
energy**

**m =
mass**

**c[1] =
the speed of light (186,000mps or 300,000km/s)**

**
Energy =
Mass ∗ The speed of light ∗ The speed of light.**

**Or
E = m (186,000 mps²)**

**Or
E = m (34596000000) **

**Or
E = m (3.4596 * 10**^{10})

Simple logic will tell you that
**E =
mc²****
**is the same as:
**A = bc²**

∴ If C = 3 (c²=3², or C = 9).

Then A = B (9)

According to the
theory of relativity,
mass and
energy as commonly understood are two names for
**the same thing** (one is not changed to the other).
If
Energy &
Mass are correlated then they are also co-dependant.
Whatever change happens to one also happens co-‘relative’ to the other.

**Thus to say
Energy =
Mass is correct**[2].

If
Energy =
Mass, then the more
energy something has the more
mass it has, and
* indubitably* the more
mass something has the more
energy it has.

[1] C (The speed of light) is a constant, so the other numbers will change only variably with each other, while C has no changing effect on their value.

[2] It is now understood that although this formula is correct, it is also misleading in the subject of massless objects, where momentum becomes important as in the formula E=pc (p=momentum). This being true does not take away any validity of the truth that E=mc² (or that E&M are co-relative).