8th March 2009 - 03:03 AM
QUOTE (Cusa+Mar 8 2009, 02:37 AM)
You mean this nonsense
C is a SPEED, measured in DISTANCE over TIME.
M is MASS
E is thus (MASS * (DISTANCE^2)) / (TIME^2)
Your Energy factor is Fudge.
Since one thing is wrong the whole can't be taken as valid.
But that is the same equation that you gave.
There is no energy fudge factor there.
But Einstein did postulate a fudge factor he called the universal constant.
Later he called it his biggest mistake.
What I want to know was Einstein wrong when he said he was wrong about it, or was he right that he was wrong?
I've read some people think that he was wrong about being wrong and that he was right about the universal constant.
8th March 2009 - 03:26 AM
QUOTE (Cusa+Mar 7 2009, 08:52 PM)
The new version of Einstein's Energy equation demonstrates the Mind of God just the same as the original.
rpenner, ban this poster
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