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  • Energy (e) = is equal to themass (m) times the speed of light (c) squared... surprisingly this was not einstiens work but something he actually stole from an italian science journal in the late eighteen hundreds early ninteen hundreds... it has to do with history being linear and the ability to move forward or backwards along that line.
    • Glenn Blaylock
      You were doing okay until you got into time.
  • Its basically the relation between energy, the mass of the object and the time. Speed of light is a way scientists measure time... Therefore energy is directly proportional to massxa constant(most of the time) but can be affected by things which change the speed of light, like a strong magnetic field (a black hole). There levels of energy changed if time is affected. God sorry... i just really failed at keeping it simple.. and instead of dumbing it down I have made it make no sense at all... well I hope it helps you out somehow so I ll submit it anyway. xx
  • It says you can change stuff (matter) to energy, and energy to matter. The "c" constant is a very large number, so a small amount of matter can make a large amount of energy.
  • Energy is not a physical unit. It is a philosophical concept and an accounting technique used to analyze mechanical and chemical exchanges. In nuclear physics it is defined as a wavelength of light, in biology it is a synonym for metabolism, and in public utilities they say energy when they mean connectivity. Anybody who uses the word in any other context either does not know what he is talking about, or is peddling something you don't need. Many people think they know what energy is, but they can't explain it. Some say it is capacity to do work. They also define work as disordering of energy. So energy is capacity to do disordering of energy. That is a circular definition, and that is the best you can find.

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