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I wont explain it untill someone gets close enough and I will private message them what it means...

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I wont explain it untill someone gets close enough and I will private message them what it means...

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russ_watters

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t= energy

s= speed of light

e= mass

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close, but not quite. t is a constant though

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t=the speed of light

s=energy

e=energy

s=energy

e=energy

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Turtle

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opps, I mean e=mass

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okay here we go:

t = c = [squ](E/m) where E is energy and m is mass

s = [squ]E where is again energy

e = 1/[squ]m where m is again mass

if you rearrange this it yields E=mc^{2}

t = c = [squ](E/m) where E is energy and m is mass

s = [squ]E where is again energy

e = 1/[squ]m where m is again mass

if you rearrange this it yields E=mc

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s= mass of all space

E=potential and kinetic energy of all space

sE^2=warping mass and energy together

you get the chronological constant(second by second)

I put it as squared 'cause that was the only way to warp it, at least in sybols

Now, mabeye it is t=s+E, or t=sE, or t=sE^3! Yes! now it is accuratley adjusted to existing in a three-dimensional world, however, if volume is a dimension,(not a concept) t=sE^4.

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I seriously hope you're under the age of 12.

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Originally posted by Einstiensqd

s= mass of all space

E=potential and kinetic energy of all space

sE^2=warping mass and energy together

you get the chronological constant(second by second)

I put it as squared 'cause that was the only way to warp it, at least in sybols

Now, mabeye it is t=s+E, or t=sE, or t=sE^3! Yes! now it is accuratley adjusted to existing in a three-dimensional world, however, if volume is a dimension,(not a concept) t=sE^4.

So in other words, your "chronological constant" is measured in units of

Kg³m

g³cm

What's it supposed to stand for?

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HallsofIvy

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I agree with chroot: "I seriously hope you're under the age of 12."

Although that might be insulting to twelve year olds.

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Just to point out, he is a sixth grader, so he ought to be pretty close to twelve years old.

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(lol) I knew someone would eventualy correct my spelling! Grammer just isn't my cup of tea.

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Loren Booda

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(Spelled *"grammar"*, it has more to do with sentence structure than spelling.)

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