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Old May 6th, 2018, 12:04 AM
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Default Is Einstein's Most Famous Equation Wrong?

According to this article, "Making antimatter is extremely easy using modern technology. Giant particle accelerators, like those at Fermilab in Illinois or CERN, constantly make and study antimatter. And the process is very well understood. Energy always makes matter and antimatter in equal quantities."

So, instead of "E = m c^2", should we instead say, "E = ((m/2 c^2) + (-m/2 c^2))"?

Or does it not really matter at all?
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