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
15th January 2015 - 09:32 PM
Those who act as though God doesn’t exist are not paying attention. The website www.palmoni.net/gematria.htm gives convincing evidence for the existence of God. The math evidence of God in this linked article is convincing to a sane person. The through-the-roof statistical probabilities of encoded figurate number patterns in the Bible could not possibly be there by random chance. One has better odds of sitting down at a poker table and being dealt a royal flush fourteen times in a row than for these patterns to be there by random chance. By the way, the odds against this happening (one chance in 649,740 to the 14th power) is a number higher than the number of atoms in the known universe. The reason math evidence is so strong is that there are formal proofs for math. Only somebody who is illogical and mentally ill will try to reject math evidence. Agrarian Hebrews thousands of years ago did not have the math skills to encode such gematria patterns within patterns. Even mathematicians today cannot do it. Only God could have done it.
Unfortunately, with human nature being the way it is, people often need severe refinement before they accept wisdom. People have a tendency to yawn at, or disagree with, mere words of instruction, no matter how eloquently stated.
16th January 2015 - 12:45 AM
Can you please post something which has not already been discredited many times before? This silly magical number stuff really sucks true believers in.
If 'god' wanted to say something, why not just say it instead of hiding it, so someone could discover a mystical code? If this fairy in the sky made the universe, parting a couple of clouds and saying, "Ahem, listen up, I've got a couple of things to say" would be a bit more convincing. Strange though that it has never happened.
Even that silly Noah story illustrates this. If people were a bit naughty, why not tell them to straighten up rather than mercilessly slaughtering everyone, including innocent babies. What a "god"; capricious, murderous, genocidal, lunatic which loves incest.
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