## Minute Physics: Why E=mc² is Incomplete

by Nancy Atkinson VideoHere’s another great video from the folks at Minute Physics. One of the most famous equations from one of the world’s most famous scientists is a bit more complicated than many people realize. E=mc² only describes objects with mass that aren’t moving. But what about massless particles – like light – that are moving? Check out the video for a quick explanation!

That doesn’t make sense. The math is wrong. The equation doesn’t balance.

Which equation? And why, the presented ones do balance and they are known to make sense (describe the physics)?

It’s only incomplete if you consider m to be the rest mass. When writing E = m times c-squared, it is normally assumed that m includes a time-dilation factor, taking into account the increase in inertia as a massive object approaches the speed of light.

Real

formation of E = mc^2 is:

E = (Avogadro number)^2 x root of mass of populated photons

x velocity of light or photon / Curie

constant. Where, equation of populated photons = mass of electron x [ (mass of

matter)^2 – (mass of Alfa particle)^2] / Pi^2 x Avo. Number x (mass of Alfa

particle)^2 .

In this way matter converting to energy.

The value of Pi is very important in the case of excited

state. It will differ slightly than normal value of Pi. This will depend on the

mass of matter. Then we will get the result same to E = mc^2.

Nirmalendu Das

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Dated: 07-11-2012