Originally Posted by **philipishin** 1) Second dimension (x,y) f(x)=y
Energy E=m*c^2
2) Third dimension (x,y,z) reality x=y=z
Black hole formula
Root(c^2)=c=Root(E/m)
As mass go the velocity of light, mass become black hole so there are energy as multiply by mass. |

As I mentioned in your other post we usually consider the mass to be constant (the rest mass) and momentum changes according to p = (gamma) mv.

I can't really explain why an object doesn't turn into a black hole in the limit of v -> c, but I can say this: A black hole will be a black hole in any reference frame. Using the reference frame of the object itself the object certainly isn't a black hole, so the effect you mentioned can't produce a black hole.

I invite further comments. I'm not completely satisfied by my explanation.

-Dan