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Re: Einstein Was Right - It Has Been Measured And Found To Be True.

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Posted by Professor Rob, Ph.D. Physics/">Professor Rob, Ph.D. Physics on July 14, 1999 21:49:58 UTC

The density of a person's mind could be ealsy compaired to that of a "black hole." I cannot help but chuckle to myself as I read a lot of this eletronic garbage [AKA SPRAM on the Internet]. Where have we gone wrong in trying to properly educate people? E=MC Squared is a very simple formular and there is nothing in that equasion about matter in motion. It simply states that [E] energy is equal to (n) [M] matter times the speed of [C] constant [2] squared. What in the world is so difficult to understand? Let's plug in some information to clear up some misleading ideas. [C] Constant is the speed of light which is 1,186 miles per second and I no longer recall what that equates in meters. [M] Matter is just another name for "Atomic Weight." And that information is contained in the P.E. Tables. So please explaine to me why this formular is to difficult to understand? I am waiting to hear from all thoes armchair professors. Professor Rob

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