E=mc²: Einstein Explains His Famous Formula



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  • http://www.socratus.com/ socratus

    Why physicists don’t say: ‘ potential mass/energy E=Mc^2’ ?

    According to SRT rest mass and rest energy have equivalent
    meaning: E= Mc^2 or M= Ec^2.
    Why SRT and Quantum theory use word:’ rest mass /energy E= Mc^2 ‘
    and don’t say: ‘ potential mass/energy E= Mc^2 ’ ?

    When somebody says ‘ the particle in the rest . . .’, then we
    can image that particle was going maybe to sleep, maybe
    to have a cup of coffee . . . . etc.
    That a strange terminology the physicists use.
    ======== .
    My opinion.

    In Classic physics there is ‘ potential energy’ and
    there is ‘ kinetic energy’.
    And „The Law of Conservation and Transformation of
    Energy/ Mass” connects them together.

    In Quantum physics the ’rest mass/enegy’ looks as a static factor.
    I think that there is problem here.
    Because in QT there is ’rest mass/enegy E=Mc^2’ and
    there is active / kinetic energy E=hf. But how „The Law of
    Conservation and Transformation of Energy/ Mass”
    can unite them together nobody explains.

    In other words:
    Dont know how to explain transforms the potenial
    mass/enegy E=Mc^2 into the active / kinetic energy E=hf
    the physicsts began to use new terminology and new words.
    ================== . .
    Socratus.
    http://www.worldnpa.org/php2/index.php?tab0=Sci
    ===================== . .

  • http://www.socratus.com/ socratus

    Why physicists don’t say: ‘ potential mass/energy E=Mc^2’ ?

    According to SRT rest mass and rest energy have equivalent
    meaning: E= Mc^2 or M= Ec^2.
    Why SRT and Quantum theory use word:’ rest mass /energy E= Mc^2 ‘
    and don’t say: ‘ potential mass/energy E= Mc^2 ’ ?

    When somebody says ‘ the particle in the rest . . .’, then we
    can image that particle was going maybe to sleep, maybe
    to have a cup of coffee . . . . etc.
    That a strange terminology the physicists use.
    ======== .
    My opinion.

    In Classic physics there is ‘ potential energy’ and
    there is ‘ kinetic energy’.
    And „The Law of Conservation and Transformation of
    Energy/ Mass” connects them together.

    In Quantum physics the ’rest mass/enegy’ looks as a static factor.
    I think that there is problem here.
    Because in QT there is ’rest mass/enegy E=Mc^2’ and
    there is active / kinetic energy E=hf. But how „The Law of
    Conservation and Transformation of Energy/ Mass”
    can unite them together nobody explains.

    In other words:
    Dont know how to explain transforms the potenial
    mass/enegy E=Mc^2 into the active / kinetic energy E=hf
    the physicsts began to use new terminology and new words.
    ================== . .
    Socratus.
    http://www.worldnpa.org/php2/index.php?tab0=Sci
    ===================== . .

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  • socratus

    Going back to the Einstein’s question.

    In his Miracle 1905 Einstein wrote the Fourth paper:
    “ On the Electrodynamics of moving Bodies.” ( SRT).
    And as a postscript to his forth, the Fifth paper:
    “ Does the inertia of a body depend upon its energy content?”
    Some months later he realized the answer :
    ‘ Yes, inertia depends on its energy E= Mc^2.
    The Electrodynamics Bodies in inertial movement have
    energy E= Mc^2 – ( hidden energy E= Mc^2)’
    #
    The same Einstein’s question in a little detail interpretation:
    “Does the inertia of a body ( for example: of a light quanta
    or of an electron) depend upon its energy content E=Mc^2 ?”
    Thinking logically, the answer must be : Yes, it depends.
    When new question arise:
    How is possible to understand the connection
    between E=Mc^2 and the ‘ inertia of a body’ ?
    ============== . .
    P.S.
    Someone wrote to me:
    “An old professor of mine used to say
    that anyone who can answer that question
    what inertia is , would win a Nobel Prize. “
    ! !
    ==========.
    Best wishes.
    Israel Sadovnik. Socratus
    =========================. .

  • socratus

    Where does strange E= Mc^2 come from?
    1.-
    In 1905 Einstein asked:
    “ Does the inertia of a body depend upon its energy content?”
    As he realized the answer was:
    “ Yes, it depends on its energy E= Mc^2 ”
    So, Einstein said that E= Mc^2 comes from inertia
    2 -
    In 1928 Dirac said that E= Mc^2 comes from vacuum
    and can be as positive as negative too
    3 -
    Sometimes E= Mc^2 can have ‘rest’ parameter and
    sometimes can be ‘active’ and can destroy cities like
    Hiroshima and Nagasaki
    Why E= Mc^2 is so stange?
    Nobody gives answer
    ===.
    Best wishes.
    Israel Sadovnik Socratus
    ==============.

  • WONG SWEE LOKE

    I AGAIN DECODE UNCLE EINSTEIN
    E=Mc^2/MacCabe.

    Signaecher: HIRH. 1Ti Wong Swee Loke

  • socratus

    During our crossing, Einstein explained his theory
    to me every day, and by the time we arrived I was fully
    convinced he understood it.
    / Chaim Weizmann, 1921
    after he escorted Einstein to the United States./

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