This formula is probably the world’s most famous formula that few really understand the meaning of. Few understand that it actually says that we all are literally huge atomic bombs. 

Matter is “frozen” energy and E=MC2 describes the “exchange rate”. This exchange rate shows that matter is worth huge amounts of energy. Fortunately for us, there are very few “exchange offices” around us. The most important for us, and which is the basis of our entire existence, is the sun. On Earth, we switch matter to energy in our nuclear power plants and in nuclear explosions. The exchange rate can best be illustrated by that in the nuclear weapons detonated over Japan during World War II, less than a gram of matter was converted into energy… How much energy is not contained in my 87 kilos?