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Posted by Math-philosopher. on July 27, 1998 01:56:15 UTC
E=MC^2 ,=, ,=, E=kg*m/s^2 f=ma ,=, f=kg*a ,=, f=kg*m/s^2
E=f M=m a=between, emptyness......endless
At space. Now.
E=f ,=, (EF) mS = materialSpeed.
(EF)=MmS2, Where mS can be, between, 0,nnnnn1......300000km/s.
If space size is constant; Then amount of m is constant. Also E. Also f. Also EF.
C has maximun speed at space.(300000km/s)
Emptyness, C can be over 300000km/s. It can be endless, if endless exist, at emptyness.
Maybe C(light-material) keep everything together, and gravity is 'local' efect?
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