Wrong. Physicists understand it quite well.My Thoughts are:
Back in 2013 december i saw anaimingof Einstein en wanted to know more of him. I saw/thought that no one understood his equation E=mc2.
That's wrong. He wrote it down in his first paper on the subject in 1905 as well as other places. You may simply be confused by the terminology or what letters were used to express energy etc.It"s his mark. He did not get the attention he wanted for almost 2 years.
I understand if quite well, thank you.So afterwards you could also understand Garivational forces and more.
Others said the same as you did so i learned more physics and tried to understand his first essay. Others said: "he wrote it on his first essay". Even if you do not understand any physics anyone could search for his first essay and look in it. I did look into all his essays and tried to understand his first essay. He never wrote E=mc2 on any of his essays in "der analen der physcis"Wrong. Physicists understand it quite well.
That's wrong. He wrote it down in his first paper on the subject in 1905 as well as other places. You may simply be confused by the terminology or what letters were used to express energy etc.
I understand if quite well, thank you.
If you wish to read about relativity see:
i will explain something.Also, it is well known that the gravitational force exerted by an object is not at all dependent on any rotation.
(To avoid confusion, the measured weight of an object on the surface of the earth will be slightly reduced by the "centrifugal force" due to the rotation of the earth- but that is not the gravitational force.)
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