Square speed of light!

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Pengwuino

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free_mind said:
It seems that anything multiplied by mass in Einstein formula will have a physical meaning, probably even potatoes :)
Ok honestly, if you don't want an education in science, you do not have to post here.
 
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Did you understand that I was talking about the nuclear bombs?
Yes it is the same principal! There are fusion (like the process above) and fission bombs, you never stated which. It doesn't matter anyways because they both follow the exact same principal! Fusion is the opposite of fission.

Have you the slightest clue how a nuclear bomb works?
 
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robphy said:
I'm curious.
Do you also have a problem with the units in Newton's Gravitational constant?
http://www.google.com/search?q=G
[tex]\mbox{gravitational constant}\ G = 6.67 \times 10^{-11}\rm m^3 kg^{-1} s^{-2} [/tex]
I don't have only a problem, I have several problems. Lets see why the Gravitational constant it's not sacred. That's why there are another methods to mesure gravity.

It is readily apparent that the current gravitational constant is not a tangible physical concept as demonstrated by its units of measure which are currently mandatory for the law of universal gravitation to yield the correct units for force.

Gravity as detailed in the Laws of Space and Observation does not exist as a direct force but rather as the result of the pressure exerted by "Space" on the matter/energy that is displacing it. Gravity is equal to the Relative Space Warp (the RSW = APD/360 - sin(AGI) x APD/360 and is the corrected angle of photon deviation at a certain radius around a mass divided by 360) multiplied by the Space Constant (the SC is the pressure exerted by Space [gravity] at the horizon of a black hole and is equal to 2.0E8 m/s2).2 This will yield a value for gravity in m/s2. In the Laws of Space and Observation, G does not exist. Some may say that the SC is still a constant, but unlike G, it is a real value with meaning.

CoData now lists G = 6.6742E11Nm2/Kg2 and assigned a quite conservative uncertainty of 0.015%. Comparing this constant to other well known units of physics, the fractional uncertainty in G is still thousands of times larger. As a result, the mass of the Earth, the sun, the moon and all celestial bodies cannot be known to an accuracy greater than that of G, since all these quantities have been derived from the experimental G. The units of G are m3/Kg/sec2, so any error in the Kg unit will show up as an error in G. An uncertainty of 0.015% might seem quite small, but when applied to masses under consideration, for example earth's mass with a nominal mass of 5.972E24 Kg, it means that the actual mass could be higher by as much as 8.958E20 kg!, and that's why the mass of earth can only be given to three decimal places.
 

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