Now let’s do the homework from footnote 25.
Combining the classical kinetic energy equation (E = ½mv2) and the mass- energy equivalence equation (E = mc2), we derive the following:e = ½ × |+M| × v2 When v < c, e is Secondhand Energy, and M is matter. Matter has constant mass which does
not change (law of conservation of mass). The value of e changes as the value of v changes. +) e = ½ × |–M| × v2 –M is antimatter. |–M| is equal to |+M| which is mass of matter and antimatter, respectively.
E = 1 × m × v2 When v ≥ c, E is original pure energy which has a constant value equal to Mc2. m is the mass (RM) of Meether as it changes from pure energy. m is a variable value in the range 0 ≤ m ≤ M. Flipping the equation around, we get m = E/v2 and v2 = E/m. Thus, when m = 0, v2 = ∞ and v = ±√∞. v is a variable value in the range c ≤ v ≤ |±√∞|. A v with a speed of √∞ can overcome the infinite universe. The “±” in ±√∞ denotes the direction of v. The opposing directions result in the creation of matter and antimatter.
The above columnar addition system presents an important equation, e + e = E, which has two implications. One suggests that the combining matter and antimatter results in E. The second suggests that in order for our positive territory to have phase transitions between matter and meether at the critical point of v = c, e has to add up to 2e. The extra e is the latent heat that is required to complete a phase transition.
The columnar addition system is the complete mass-energy equivalence equation. It fully describes the conversion process between pure energy and matter through the intermediary Meether as well as the process of storing cooled pure energy into mass in positive time.