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Time may be the most important and most ubiquitous physical concept about which we know essentially nothing.

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    Richard Putz | 07-05-2016

    Don Burrows one our intelligence analysts thinks there is an error in your math in the article
    here is he suggestion
    E=1/2 MV2 <- multiply both sides above by 2M. Should be 1/(D/T)2 = 2ME on the left, which is the inverse of his answer.

    The error is in the last line here where you multiply both sides by 2M. This would give you 2ME=(M*D/T)^2. Not (D/T)^2 = 2ME or 1/(D/T)^2 = 2ME


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