We are all familiar with E=MC2, although I don't know how that formula relates to the big bang. In any case, I suspect I don't have the math to understand it and it would probably take several pages to define it. Everyone is familiar with F=MA. What most people don't know is that if you multiply both sides of that equation by D (distance), you get FD = MV2 which is the mathematical equivalent of E= MC2. What I am curious about is what does that equation mean? I know, physically, what velocity (D/T) is, I know physically what acceleration (D/T2) is, but I don't know physically what V2is? Can anyone explain it in simple terms?