Dated 8 April 2016 This website is set up in order to publish a very recent discovery by the author that the well-known equation E= mc2 is invalid. In Newtonian mechanics, force is defined using Newton's second law (actually, an axiom) as : force = d/dt(mv) which reduces to f = ma (mass x acceleration). Energy in mechanics is defined through the work-energy theorem where work/energy = Integral(force x distance). In SI units, force would be the unit newton (N) and energy joule (J).

Special relativity attempts to create a new mechanics, a relativistic mechanics, which redefines force as : f = d/dt(mv/√(1 - v2/c2)) instead of the simple f = ma which is used in defining the unit of force, the newton, in the SI system. It can easily be seen that there is no way that this new definition of relativistic force could be applied in any system of units to define a real unit of force. Insisting on this new definition of force renders it only as a mathematical expression which has no relation to physical reality - force in relativistic mechanics is only a pure number. As force is fictitious, energy in the Integral(force x distance) evaluates only to a pure number without any association with any real physical unit. As the equation E = mc2 is strictly derived using the work-energy theorem, it means that energy in E = mc2 is fictitious. But the supporters of relativistic mechanics ignore this and just blindly assume that force and energy in relativistic mechanics are still in newton and joule as in Newtonian mechanics - it could never be!

Despite the invalidity of relativistic mechanics based on E= mc2, the `new' mechanics somehow has become the foundation of our modern high energy physics which includes all of particle physics, the Standard Model, and our nuclear energy theory. This means that much of our modern exotic physics are invalid; they are fictitious and will never bring us any closer to the truth about the physical world and will never bring any real tangible benefits nor technology that would benefit human society.

Last update : 29 March 2022