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# E=mcc (again....)

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The unit of Joule is kg*m2/s2.

Speed of light (c) is 299 792 458 m/s, rounded 3E+08 m/s.   Thus c*c is 9E+16 m2/s2.

Example: A mass (m) of 1kg is burned.  The substance is such that no residue is left.  Since E=mcc,  9E+16 Joule of energy is created.  However, when we burn 1kg of e.g. wood, experimentally we get about 7E+6 (or so) Joule of energy.  Where did the rest go?

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7 hours ago, IvoryCoast said:

Perfect just what I want to touch on. So the photons gravitationally create the electrons by and positrons with four outside sources. The electrons and positrons create the up and down quarks in a similar way. Now the universe started with only up and down quarks because it was too dense. I had previously thought of the dark matter and energy as a fractal within a black hole however it is more likely that he spontaneous moment slowed down from an infinitesimally fast xy moment but the twist of the t creates the circle and the spin of the circle creates the sphere but there are ♾️ spheres we know this now the event horizon is just an illusion. More of the same beyond. Is that the key to entanglement is the cutting of that central sphere cube into two 4 sided pyramids and the diagonal cutting of that 4 sided pyramid in an invisible dimension from your viewing angle into two three sided pyramids. Now the volumes of those pyramids dictate the GWs of entanglement that lose the tug of war against our GWs during particle pair production.

But unfortunately they don't pay top dollar for the meat and potatoes of the proofs. Otherwise we could manufacture ballistic resonance in laser light from sunrays.

Hmmm... I have posted two topics regarding (1) black holes and light (2) E=mcc.  Which one are you actually referring to? :)

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On 1/28/2021 at 1:44 AM, Pseudoscientist said:

The unit of Joule is kg*m2/s2.

Speed of light (c) is 299 792 458 m/s, rounded 3E+08 m/s.   Thus c*c is 9E+16 m2/s2.

Example: A mass (m) of 1kg is burned.  The substance is such that no residue is left.  Since E=mcc,  9E+16 Joule of energy is created.  However, when we burn 1kg of e.g. wood, experimentally we get about 7E+6 (or so) Joule of energy.  Where did the rest go?

Pseudoscientist

It doesn't "go" anywhere.  It just stays right where it was. "[tex]E= mc^2[/tex]"  is all the energy contained in matter including the energy that holds the atoms and even nuclei and protons and neutrons together.  "Chemical means", such as burning, only releases the energy holding molecules together.  In atomic bombs, the energy holding the nuclei together is release but the "deeper" energy, holding the protons and neutrons together, is not.

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