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*[http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Special_relativity/E_%3D_mc%C2%B2 Lecture 4]
*[http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Special_relativity/spacetime_diagrams_and_vectors Lecture 5]</ref>. [[Politics|Political]] pressure, however, has since made it impossible for anyone pursuing an academic career in [[science]] to even question the validity of this nonsensical [[equation]]. '''''Simply put, E=mc&sup2; is [[liberal claptrap]]'''''.
[[Image:600px-Albert Einstein Head.jpg|thumbnail|right|200px|[[Albert Einstein]] was a [[Pantheism|pantheist]]. Pantheism denies the existence of a transcendent, personal God and is a form of [[atheism]].]]
[[Albert Einstein]], the creator of the equation E=mc² was a [[Pantheism|pantheist]]. Pantheism denies the existence of a transcendent, personal God and is a form of [[atheism]].
The formula asserts that the mass of an object, at constant energy, magically varies precisely in inverse proportion to the square of a change in the speed of light over time,<ref>http://www.livescience.com/29111-speed-of-light-not-constant.html</ref> which violates [[conservation of mass]] and basic logic.
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