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Re: Einstein Was Wrong.
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Ummmm, no......nice try though. I think that you are just streching things a bit, think about it.....study physics and something that Einstein did to come up with that equation....then you will see why it makes sense. : Light speed is constant. : E=MC2, say Einstein. : Wrong..................... :  : C dont mean light. : C mean material itself. : 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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