I've recently been researching Einstein's Theory of Relativity and the compatability with other physics equations i.e Lorentz Transformations, Schrodingers Equation etc. How do physicists famous or not know that each equation they invent are compatabile with one another? Because some of the equations i've seen have used Einsteins equation E=MC^2 in some way. Is it because their equations involved an element of Einstein's equation that their equation would be tested and accepted by other people? I know there are two versions of some equations, one dimension and the third dimension. Aint there a two dimensional version of an equation? if so, which is it? just curious. I do not know physics that well as im still learning, it was just a question which came into my mind. I've come across alot of equations, some which look very complex, but i know it will take me along time to understand but i will get there eventually.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Compatability of physics equations

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