# Modified Einstein‏

#### khalid.mostafa

E=MC^2/ ∆T
E ----- (Watt) M ------- (kg) c -------- (3* 108 m/s2) ∆T ------ (second)

Physical meaning:-
The energy take time to convert into mass and mass take time to convert into energy
So the universe mass must increase every second
Because of the initial energy is constant and it transform into mass by time pass .

Application of eq:-
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
{وَالسَّمَاء بَنَيْنَاهَا بِأَيْدٍ وَإِنَّا لَمُوسِعُونَ} (سورة الذاريات:47)
"And the heaven we constructed with strength and indeed we are its expanders"
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#### DennisN

Is this a question or a statement? If it is a statement, do you have a reference to where it comes from? Also please note that personal theories are not allowed here (see guidelines). If it is a question, where's the question?

#### khalid.mostafa

it is not personal theories it just convert the eq from work formal to energy formal by divided on ∆T
The energy take time to convert into mass and mass take time to convert into energy
So the universe mass must increase every second
Because of the initial energy is constant and it transform into mass by time pass .

#### DennisN

khalid.mostafa, welcome to Physics Forums, by the way!

Energy divided by time is not energy, it's Power (so your equation above does not make sense - the left hand side equals energy, the right hand side equals power).
khalid.mostafa said:
The energy take time to convert into mass and mass take time to convert into energy
Possibly (but ΔT would be very small for small particle systems). But how does this translate to any universal "law" for the Universe? I can't see any connection.
khalid.mostafa said:
So the universe mass must increase every second
Why?
khalid.mostafa said:
Because of the initial energy is constant...
Ok, let's assume this.
khalid.mostafa said:
...and it transform into mass by time pass .
Why? How? Who has said so?
I also should point out that the total energy and the total mass of the entire Universe is unknown.

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