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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 now.....it's a constant....it's speed does not deviate....does that help out a bit?

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