roscoe

08-09-2007, 08:49 PM

Is Einstien trying to say that time and space are relative in his(or whomevers) equation? E(space)=MC2(time)

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roscoe

08-09-2007, 08:49 PM

Is Einstien trying to say that time and space are relative in his(or whomevers) equation? E(space)=MC2(time)

redrat11

08-09-2007, 09:09 PM

http://www.whitecivilrights.com/albert-einstein-plagiarist-and-fraud_341.html

roscoe

09-01-2007, 01:29 AM

I heard on an old RFA(Tom Valentine) archive of mine that the correct formula is actually E=r/c2 where r=resistance and c=capacitance.

Shadow

09-03-2007, 01:16 PM

It is merely the energy contained in mass.

smrt-reality

09-05-2007, 09:27 AM

E - Energy

M - Mass

C - Speed of Light

E = MC^2

Example: (This is a bit sketchy, but you get the idea)

A nuclear bomb (say uranium) explodes. You lose say X amount of mass of uranium. The amount of energy that was released is X time the speed of light squared. Only a little bit of mass needs to be lost for a lot of energy to be released.

The problem is: how do they know how much uranium they have after the explosion?

M - Mass

C - Speed of Light

E = MC^2

Example: (This is a bit sketchy, but you get the idea)

A nuclear bomb (say uranium) explodes. You lose say X amount of mass of uranium. The amount of energy that was released is X time the speed of light squared. Only a little bit of mass needs to be lost for a lot of energy to be released.

The problem is: how do they know how much uranium they have after the explosion?

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