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Re: Math Problem?

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Posted by Schnee on July 10, 1998 07:50:28 UTC

Hmmm...lets see here....ok, first of all, C^2 is a constant, it won't change....e=Mc^2 is an equation to find an energy of a given amount of mass.....if you have 0 mass, you have 0 energy, you don't have 0 c^2.......does that make sense? The equation was not created to be used to measure the speed of light, it has been found and known for some time's a's speed does not deviate....does that help out a bit?

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