If the world had the real equation for energy , what would it be ?

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  1. Jerimiah Registered Member

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    It seems to me like the real equation could be truly devastating in the wrong hands !
     
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    Trolling is not attractive.
     
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  5. Jerimiah Registered Member

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    Trolling or reality ?

    E=mc^2 is an impact equation of energy

    Do you know the correct equation ?

    c is a speed !
     
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  7. origin Heading towards oblivion Valued Senior Member

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    What do you mean by that?
    No kidding?
     
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  8. billvon Valued Senior Member

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    That's the energy-matter equivalence equation. Some other equations:

    Speed: E=1/2MV^2 (kilograms and meters per second)
    Electrical energy: E=WT (watts and seconds)
    Energy in a capacitor: 1/2CV^2 (farads and volts)
    Energy in an inductor: 1/2LI^2 (henrys and amps)
     
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    Thank you for supplying other examples !

    I do not see E=mc^2 as an energy matter equivalence as mass is also energy . My opinion is that Einstein took Newtons F=ma and created E=mc^2 from this to derive a constant equation rather than an accelerated equation , I read F=mc^2 from E=mc^2 ?
     
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    Mass colliding into mass while both masses are travelling at c !
     
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