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M=E/c^2 !

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Posted by Joseph on August 14, 2003 02:08:20 UTC

E=mc^2 and solve for m. . .



The theory is most often used in its first form, E=mc^2, to consider energy creation, but it's awsome to reconsider the equation in other forms as well:

m=E/c^2.

What an incredibly terrific concept, that the amount of energy required to create even the smallest matter (mass) is incredibly large.

(for those of you who don't know -- and I doubt that is many -- c=speed of light)

This speaks of the massive amount of creative power (energy) required to create life. Man has not the capacity to create even the smallest matter (to my knowledge).

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