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    Einstein didn't just make up that equation. It was derived using the physics of special relativity and a little bit of math.


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    Quote Originally Posted by suresh ash View Post
    Energy, form & Matter:
    Energy and Matter are to two insperable units,
    the equation of Einstine seems to be imbalanced,
    with the passage of time.
    It seems that change is inevitable and a law in itself
    the equation e=mc^2+m seems to be more realistic.
    Why m is added?
    I think that no matter what is done
    to matter to convert it into energy which is also a form subject to change, some of it is rearranged to the exact
    constituent of the orginal matter experimented upon, however covered with the residue of different derived
    compounds.
    This mass in totallity which is nothing but
    the residue has a blue print on how to getback to its orginal form before experimentation with time and energy.
    Further Equations can be derived on how original matter froms from recidue.
    This is left to the reader.
    futher research in progress in India.
    Views expressed are non-verifiable and left to reader's discreation. . . .

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    Unfortunately for you the validity of the original equation E=mc^2 is well established from particle accelerator experiments.
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    No, sorry, you are simply wrong. Science experiments have proven it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by suresh ash View Post
    Thanks for your valuable comment's

    As far as my understanding goes,
    there seems to be an underlying theory of inertia involved
    if suppose as per the orginal equation e=mc^2
    the whole mass cann't disappear at a go,
    even if, it differs with time, the inital energy generated would
    form a replica of matter due to inertia and
    this would not be converted into energly as it can
    only be if all the subsequent matter is converted
    into energy,that would leave residue which
    overlaps the replica of matter initally formed,
    so there has to be a replica of even one molecule
    of orginal matter and the subsequent residue for
    this reason I think e=mc^2+m seems to be more rational in present times.....
    I said it before, and I say it again : the validity of the original equation is well established in particle accelerator experiments. Whether you agree with the formula or not is irrelevant.
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