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Re: Einstein Was Wrong? Maybe, But So Are You...

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Posted by Hugh/">Hugh on July 2, 1999 19:22:39 UTC


You say nothing here. You change nothing. If you are merely renaming speed of light to the speed of the material that is represented by light, nothing changes but the letters. You can't just fly up to the moon and re-plant the American Flag in your name (though if you could, I would be impressed).

If this is not the case, then you are asserting something totally without substance or foundation. You might also try learning to write properly.

The reason I found this damn page is because I did an internet search for the CDONT active server mail system. If you had written the contraction properly (or at least included ' in between the N and the T), this would never have happend.

Leave me alone.

Hugh Master of the Known Universe

: Light speed is constant. : E=MC2, say Einstein. : Wrong..................... : ------------------------------------ : C dont mean light. Try "doesn't"

: C mean material itself. Try "means"

: Formula is : Energy=Mass*MassSpeed2 : C is Materialspeed. : C is not light speed.

: : Now we have physical laws. : E=MSpeed2 : E=MS2, Where S is speed of M.

: M can be lightmass. : Then formula is : E=LighmassSpeed2 : Lightmass Energy is : E=Cmass*CSpeed2

: E=M*MSpeed2.

: Where M is material mass.

: E=MC2 wrong. : E=M*Mspeed2

: Interesting?

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