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Re: He Tells Me To Study Physics.I Tell Him Physics Works Only On Earth.

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Posted by Zephram Cochrane/">Zephram Cochrane on January 23, 2000 20:26:16 UTC

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: TJ ;

: Prove E=mc2 in black hole . Then I will humbly agree i was typing nonsense here. : This is one of the areas in the Universe where the above equation will fail. : Laws of physics are okay on earth since the forces are in smaller magnitudes : But when it comes to Higher Magnitudes E proportionally increases in comparison to mc2 there should also be some other factor evolved to match with E.

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Ok, I'll prove it. The magnitude of any tensor is invariant so We'll define the mass of a particle as the magnitude of its momentum four vector divided by the speed of light m = (gmnPnPm)1/2/c To find how this is related to energy, in a black hole or not, transform to the particles local free fall frame. Because we are in the particle's frame P1 = P2 = P3 = 0 and because we are local to the particle P0 = E0/c and gmn transformed to diag(1, -1, -1, -1). Therefor m = [(1)(E0/c)(E0/c)]1/2/c m = E0/c2 E0 = mc2


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