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Derivation of Einstein E=mc2 and ethics of members: Ajay Sharma

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Derivation of Einstein E=mc2 and ethics of members: Ajay Sharma

Derivation of Einstein E=mc2 and ethics of members: Ajay Sharma

Einstein's Sep 1905 paper, which gives derivation of E=mc2 critically
analyzed. It is confirmed that derivation of E=mc2 is true under
special conditions only. Thus it is extended to dE=Ac2dm This work
is published in international journals after PEER REVIEW and also
presented in international conferences in USA and ENGLAND.
Part I
Unfortunately some members made
hurried comments on the work without even reading what Einstein's Sep
1905 paper. When I replied, then the reply is not attended. Moreover
while raising objections, the members did not disclose their
identities, so that to understand the level of their knowledge in the
subject. It Is not fair in any way. One should try to go to the roots
of the truth. The main misunderstandings were regarding applications of
scope of law of conservation of linear momentum and inadequate
knowledge of Einstein's Sep 1905 derivation.
Also E=mc2 is confirmed in nuclear
reactions, then it does not mean it is also true in all cases
universally. However there are some experimental inconsistencies in
nuclear physics as well. For example it is not confirmed in Chemical
Reactions, due to technical reasons. There are bizarre reactions
involving, creation of universe (WHAT WAS BEFORE BIG BANG) and
astrophysics etc.
Part II
Einstein considered a body emitting light energy, and this energy was
measured by moving observer. Einstein derived L=mc2 under very
conditions e.g when body emits two light waves , of equal energy
emitted in opposite direction.
LIGHT ENERGY IS EMITTED MASS OF BODY DECREASES
Thus Einstein's derived L=mc2 i.e. light energy mass equation and
speculated from here E=mc2. The central equation in this regard is
relativistic light energy equation

l* = l{1 - v/c cos f } /v[1 - v2 /c2] (1)
The link to Einstein's paper is
Einstein's 27 Sep 1905 paper available at [Only registered users see links. ]
However Einstein's derivation is conceptually valid
when body emits n number of waves, having any magnitude of energy,
emitted at any directions. Under some conditions (which are considered
by Einstein) , Einstein's 29 Sep 105 derivation also predicts
LIGHT ENERGY IS EMITTED MASS OF BODY must INCREASE (increase)
Light energy is emitted mass of body must increase (INCREASE)

Part III
Thus Ajay Sharma put forth
Einstein's Sep 1905 derivation of L=mc2 ( from which he
speculated E=mc2) is true under special conditions only , not in
GENERAL .
The reason is that some results from Einstein's derivation are not
consistent
It is not justified at all, but follows from Einstein's derivation.
Thus mass energy inter conversion equation has been
Thus mass energy equation is derived in an alternate ways
dE=Ac2dm
where is coefficient of proportionality like many others existing
physics. Like all other coefficients of proportionality its value
depends upon experimental conditions. Thus energy emitted by
generalized equation dE=Ac2dm can be less , equal or more than
Emc2.
Ajay Sharma's main work is available at

Sharma June 2004 paper is available [Only registered users see links. ]
For further elaborated discussion link is

[Only registered users see links. ]

Part VI
It would be nice to have healthy discussion on the issue based upon
scientific logics and facts for which requirement is knowledge of
Einstein's Sep 1905 paper and my work. If one discloses his identity
then it will become easier for everyone. The science is refined only
after arguments and discussions.