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Solving the math for the speed limit of the universe

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Old 03-31-2008, 11:17 PM
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Gamma energy is E=mc^2 where matter is moving. Or E=Gamma MC^2. E=mc^2
is for rest energy. Matter moving has a more than C^2 concentration of
energy called Gamma mass since it is moving.

To solve for C the speed of light(time limit) and motion limit we
factor E=GAMMA MC^2

Gamma is 1/1-(v^2/c^2)

C=the square root of (Inverse Gamma Energy / Mass)
Inverse Gamma is 1-(v^2/c^2)

As Einstein said: Equations are Eternal * absolute mathematical truth

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Old 03-31-2008, 11:35 PM
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On Mar 31, 3:17*pm, [Only registered users see links. ] wrote:

Matter's Energy resistance is what limits matter's motion to below
that of lights.
Matter's resistance is defined by Gamma Energy or the Concentrated
Energy of Mass in Motion. Energy is always above C squared since as
Einstein said there is No Absolute Rest. All matter is moving in some
way giving it more energy than is calculated by by rest mass or C
squared rest energy.

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Old 03-31-2008, 11:36 PM
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On Mar 31, 7:17*pm, [Only registered users see links. ] wrote:

xxein: What formula or thought in your head will give you a
conversion factor for mass in kgs to mass in meters? I just ask since
we already do this and make a mathematical physics out of it.
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Old 03-31-2008, 11:51 PM
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On Mar 31, 3:36*pm, xxein <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote:

That is Einetein's geometrical measure of mass. Mass does not measure
as a distance. Einstein was off base trying to convert two different
things into each other when they are not even equivalent.

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Old 04-01-2008, 01:01 AM
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E=MC

It is claimed that Energy = Matter x the Veocity of light squared or
that in the reverse case, Energy divided by the velocity of light
squared = Matter - Einstein's theorem.

In other words, mass instantaneously accelerated to light velocity
squared, becomes energy, or reversed, that energy decelerates
instantaneously to matter by slowing down by a factor of light squared.


This equation declares that energy is very fast matter, while matter
conversely, is very slow energy. This means there are 2 states, energy
and matter separated by a void called c squared.

How could energy and matter ever interact in the real world as they do
is a good question.

The fomula E = MC means simply that the quantity of energy (measured
in ergs) which is inherent in each gram of mass, is equal to the square
of the velocity c.

The quantity c is defined as being the velocity of light (in centimeters
per second) which is equal to 3 multiplied by the tenth power of ten.
(3x10^10)


The square of this number ( c ) is of course equal to 9 multiplied by
the twentieth power of ten, (9x10^20) or an amount of energy equal to
about 25,000,000 Horse Power Hours per gram of mass so converted.

The energy required to accelerate each gram of mass to the velocity c
through energy conversion is exactly equal to the total energy inherent
in any matter having that mass.

This fact forms the true basis of the statement in our present day
physics that the velocity c is a maximum or limiting velocity, since it
represents the greatest kinetic energy differential which can exist
between two given reference points.

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Old 04-01-2008, 03:08 AM
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Dear Bf--11:

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A formula for mass at rest in the frame E is determined.


Is infinity. Electrons have been given the energy of protons,
yet their speed does not yet reach c.


No.


No.

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