tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-19769829.post5556152390481359116..comments2024-07-16T10:13:40.510+01:00Comments on AngloAustria: Feynman's lectures on physicsJack Maturinhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/00903651577858853608noreply@blogger.comBlogger3125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-19769829.post-29994545042273232292012-04-24T04:22:47.898+01:002012-04-24T04:22:47.898+01:00C = 3e8 m/s, i.e. the speed of light is three time...C = 3e8 m/s, i.e. the speed of light is three times ten to the eighth power meters per second. The square of the speed of light, then, is 9e16 m^2/s^2, or nine times ten to the sixteenth power meters squared per second squared.Joe Mintzhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17103562310799435080noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-19769829.post-17656685388289097622009-03-13T09:52:00.000+00:002009-03-13T09:52:00.000+00:00I think you're confusing me with Professor Feynman...I think you're confusing me with Professor Feynman! :-)<BR/><BR/>I think you'll also find all the evidence you need for E=mc^2, in any hydrogen bomb (or even uranium bomb) explosion, in the last 60 years, where tiny amounts of nuclear mass turned into mass-ive amounts of electromagnetic energy (if you'll pardon the pun! ;-)<BR/><BR/>Must dash - my cold fusion experiment is warming up over in the corner.Jack Maturinhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/00903651577858853608noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-19769829.post-83820309209662870532009-03-13T09:40:00.000+00:002009-03-13T09:40:00.000+00:00kindly let me know that in E=mc2 (famous eqs given...kindly let me know that in E=mc2 (famous eqs given by Einstein) whether c2 (c square) stands only for denoting some numerical value in the equation or there is some evidence of a speed equal to the square of speed of light?Anonymousnoreply@blogger.com