Why don't you make this section " M = E/C^2 " so the equation is correct while still keeping it MEC?
...for the love of physics, please!
asked 3 years, 5 months ago
OK, we know the math is wrong. We compromised mathematical integrity for visual appeal in the M=EC2 graphic. M doesn't equal EC2 it actually equals E/C2 or EC-2. The creative team apologizes for butchering the equation, and assures you that mass and energy remain equivalent in the universe.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
Thanks for the thoughts. However I think that the M=EC squared (sorry can't use the proper exponent notation here), has a it too much mass, or did I mean inertia, of it's own!