I don't know what the heck you are talking about. And, neither do you. There is nothing that is remotely scientific about these odd, meaningless strings of words you are typing.
Let me go slowly... E= Matter (mass) times the speed of light squared... Now you know, only light,, photons move at the speed of light, and nothing at the speed of light squared, but it also works fractionally... If I were to light a match, or even a stick of dynamite, it may seem like a lot of energy is expended... The fact is that even with thermo nuclear explosions only a fraction of the critical mass is turned into energy, and then all sorts, infrared, x-rays, gamma rays, alpha and beta particles, and most damaging of all apparently is the number of neutrons that can penetrate all atoms because they have no charge... Try to remember that light is matter, and that a small amount of matter can be converted to a great deal of light with only a fraction of it visable... With that said, let me agree with you that I don't "know" what I am talking about... I have read some physics books, but the explanations they offer to one not inclined toward math are very pedestrian.... I think I grasp it in very general terms only... One of the books I have going now is about Oppenheimer, and of course the development of nuclear weapons... And I also read a history of the nuclear bomb, and actually quite a few books from Einstein's to highschool physics even back to early scientific papers by Copernicus and Galileo... I think it is fascinating, but that does not mean I think you grasp the subject better than myself...