Does this change Einstein’s famous E=Mc2 equation?

Posted by Steven Bryant On February - 7 - 2009

Yes and no.

My model produces a generalized equation that applies to other phenomena besides electromagnetic force. Considering only the numerator, this generalized equation is written is E=Mw2, where w represents the speed of the phenomena (e.g., wave) under observation. Since in Einstein’s equation represents the speed of light, we simply replace w with to make it specific to that type of phenomena. In addition, there are other changes in the denominator (not typically shown when discussing this equation) that aligns it with the Complete and Incomplete Coordinate System equations.

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