The questions are about Einstein’s formula.
First question is: Is the following calculation correct?
I know that the more accurate calculation of the light speed is: 299.792,458 meters per second; but to keep the calculation simple I’m using the approximation of 300,000 km/s.
E= m * c^2
Mass = 2kg
If c^2= 300,000 km/s * 300,000 km/s = 9*10^10 km/s
9*10^10 km/s * 2 = 180,000,000,000 km/s ?? Speed of light?
What does the number 180,000,000,000 km/s represents, or where and how did it change into energy?

Maybe try this equation instead?

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Would that be a yule logarithm?

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Kris Kringle Calculation?

Try this branch of maths perhaps?

Wouldn't polar coordinates be more appropriate?

tannenbaum tensors?

Wouldn't polar coordinates be more appropriate?

Try this branch of maths perhaps?

Kris Kringle Calculation?

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The Santa Solution?

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 Dimensional analysisagain.

Screw it... I'll play this through one more time
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To start? Don't round a constant.

Thank you gentlemen; your input is appreciated.

Do watch the video I linked above

Thank you podrock: That link has excellent info.

Thank you podrock: That link has excellent info.

Do watch the video I linked above

Thank you gentlemen; your input is appreciated.