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what form of energy do people use?
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also doesnt E=mc squared mean energy=mass times ? squared....
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how does increasing height affect gravitational potential energy?

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    Most folks use thermal energy a lot, and electrical energy second.

    In the conversion of mass to energy, energy= mass*speedofLight^2

    GPE= mass*g*height so increased height means more GPE

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