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How can the speed of light be theoretically squared in Einsteins equation ?


Yes we all know C squared gives a new number in Einstein's equation. But squaring the speed of light even theoretically is theoretically impossible.

 
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Lela (Austinstar) says

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    Oztinato 2 years ago

    Yes of course we know all that.

    The question is how can you square "the universal constant " even in theory. It seems the only thing faster than light is Einsteins formula.

    "Zillions" of times faster.


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    Oztinato 2 years ago

    Yes you are almost entirely right: except for the irony of squaring C. It is proundly ironic. Of all the things to square he chose the universal constant. The holy grail of (it seems) the entire realm of physics! Does the irony strike you as odd?


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