December 6, 2006 10:58am CST
about e=mc syuare.i heard recently that his theory was disproved.i didn't believe it but can any1 tellme if it's true?
3 responses
@pusibaba (1010)
• India
6 Dec 06
I am an engineering student.... E=mc^2 is valid if mass m is relativistic..... you know know that mass varies with velocity... :.m=(m1)/(1-F^2)where f=v/c v is the velocity of body ci the velocity of light
@mvsrao (4370)
• India
6 Dec 06
I cant believe that it can be disproved . http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mass-energy_equivalence
• United States
8 Dec 06
how can that be disproved, when it has been proved theoretically and experimentally? But yes it may be incomprehensive if something new is discovered that it cannot explain just like Newton's theory was incomprehensive for very small masses and at large speeds. You cannot say disproved even if some new theory is devised but you can say that it was incomplete. Cheers!
@sreedhar (576)
• India
7 Dec 06
Previous many times in history it had happened that that the theory was disproved and later the claim was prproven to be wrong. Hence i dont think we really have to believe it.