Why E does not equal mc^2
03-14-2017, 04:36 PM,
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Why E does not equal mc^2
http://file.scirp.org/pdf/JMP_2014062310185719.pdf
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03-14-2017, 05:00 PM,
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RE: Why E does not equal mc^2
I have a bachelors of arts in Physics and a minor in Math from back in 2000, with 4 calculuses, linear algebra, and this still goes over my head.

Perhaps I've forgotten most of it.

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03-14-2017, 05:02 PM,
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It's beyond me as well. Was hoping someone could decipher into more understandable terms.
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03-14-2017, 05:15 PM,
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From a physics buddy who is not an Olympic speller;

The predictions of this hypothesis have not been verified.

If they are verified then they are not universally applicable but only at the planck length , they are postulatind lorentz invariancr of the planck length which is the smallest possible length. This is an attempt reconcile this quantum principle with relativity. This also gives the idea of a priviledged viewpoit but again only at quantum lengths.

In the macro world e=mc^w holds and there is plenty of experimental evidence.

What is interseting is the relativistic notion of contraction and at what velocity a likely particle is contracted to the planck length. The solution of this is something possible to calculate and I have a sneaking suspicion it is very high energy so much so that the particle is a quantum gravitational entity. But what do I kno
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03-15-2017, 12:22 AM,
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I read the begining. Basically the lorentz factor can be used in equations to measure the time dilation of objects when moving at relavistic speeds. This has been applied to einsteins famous equations.

Quantum mechanics is far more complicated than we realize.

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03-15-2017, 12:56 AM,
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I'm working on it. Kind of like learning a foreign language, and this isn't a quick or easy read even if one is familiar with mainstream physics.
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03-15-2017, 08:33 AM,
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A unit of Planck time is the time it takes for light to travel, in a vacuum, a single unit of Planck length. Taken together, they form part of the larger system of natural units known as Planck units.

I might be completely wrong here, but it appears that when Einstein came up with general relativity he presumed a universe where everything moved at the same speed, not one that was in variable motion and certainly not involving quantum forces like black holes.

Still working through this. My physics buddy is starting to get pretty excited and he's the math whiz.
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03-20-2017, 07:29 PM,
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The problem with this paper is the writing style. It's egotistical, self-indulgent and - in many ways - obtuse in intent.

Disregarding all the fluff, the math is sound.
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