Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

E = Mc^2 and Mass Energy Equivalence Wrong

Authors: Glenn A. Baxter

The 9th edition, 2011, of Resnick and Halliday PHYSICS, states on page 1043 “..In 1905, (Dr.) Einstein showed that as a consequence of his theory of Special Relativity, mass can be considered to be another form of energy…An object’s mass m and the equivalent energy Eo are related by Eo = mc^2 which, without the subscript o, is the best known science equation of all time….If you continue your study of physics beyond this book, you will see more refined discussions of the relation between mass and energy. You might even encounter disagreements about just what that relation is and what it means…” The book’s current “author,” Dr. Jearl Walker, had been sent my paper disagreeing with E = mc^2 in 2008, three years before the 9th edition’s first 2011 publication. See www.k1man.com/b This current paper discusses that disagreement and shows newly organized experimental proof that E = mc^2 and mass – energy equivalence, the corner stone of 21st century Main Stream physics dogma, is wrong.

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[v1] 2016-04-07 12:55:35
[v2] 2016-04-08 07:57:53
[v3] 2016-04-08 12:24:09
[v4] 2016-04-19 06:43:51
[v5] 2016-04-20 11:07:15
[v6] 2016-04-22 13:17:40
[v7] 2016-04-26 19:57:18

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