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Speed Of X.

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Posted by Wondering? on November 13, 1998 04:55:34 UTC

X=something, etc. planet, aircraft, dust, light, etc.

When X move, then it has speed, km/s=point to point/time measuring unit.

F=ma, says, that this X can cause F=mechanical power, when it move at acceleration a. E=MC^2, says that X can cause Energy?

m=mass of matterX. M=mass of matterX. M=m.

a=accelaration km/s^2 a=0 something C=speed of light, 300000km C^2=300000km*300000km=900000km/s C=maximum speed of light at neart earth. a=C=speed^2

(E=F)=(M=m)*speed^2 Because (M=m) is mass of X, and X can have different speed, then; variation of X energy is; (E=F)=(M=m)*1^2 to (E=F)=(M=m)*300000^2.

Speed of something(X) is more than light speed, if it is lighter than light.

Because X, when it move, need start energy, and because it has start energy, it has acceleration, and therefore, it has unacceleration, and travell ends, that for, that, X has movable speed, and X cannot be constant.

So. Some matter, X, can have speed 0.....300000km/s, if light speed is maximum speed, what nature can have. Some matter, X, has always starting point, acceleration, and stop. Some matter, X, has always speed/distance-curve.

Matter, X, can be planets, rock, pen, finger, dust, ice, air, light, tree, ball, etc. MAtter, X, can be living thing, like us.

Main questions? Who/what made X? Why is(exist) place, where X can exist, move. Why X want to live? etc.

So. We are starting point. ?. Hmm. World is open.

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