Einstein's law

Einstein's law

The law of the equivalence of mass and energy, expressed as E = mc2 or energy equals mass times the velocity of light squared.
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There is one called "Einstein's Law" which says that if you want something named after you, be careful not to do anything else after your first big success !
They found that all the stars obeyed Einstein's law involving dark matter - a theoretical material that appears to shape the structure of the universe.
Einstein said that anyone who does the same thing many times and expects change is a fool," he said, referring to the commonly cited "Einstein's law" stating that the definition of insanity is trying the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.Aa
"Physics graduates put the nob in the Nobel prize." Maybe: "Einstein's Law? E(lizabeth Hurley) = M(ariah) C(arey) squared."
Two new experiments reveal dramatic additional evidence of superluminal velocity but make no clear case for repealing Einstein's law, scientists say.
It is also said to be a unique, real-world demonstration of Einstein's laws of relativity.
In contrast, gravity is thought to exist in the next dimension as, according to Einstein's laws, it acts to "bend" and shape space-time, thereby existing in the fifth dimension.
In contrast, gravity is thought to exist in the next dimension as, according to Albert Einstein's laws, it acts to "bend" and shape space-time, thereby existing in the fifth dimension.
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