Einstein: Mass Confusion
Read how the implicit formula designed into Einstein's famous equation predetermines the numerical results obtained that are generally confusing or redundant. The confusion is clarified when using Planck mass and Planck energy in the equation. The author treats the entire line of reasoning behind the distinction of Einstein's formula and Einstein's equation. They are in fact two different aspects of the same numerical values. The former has to due with a rigidity in the design of the E-term, energy, and the latter emphasizes the behavior of the numerical values in the relation of equivalency.
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