Wednesday, July 12, 2006
Just in case you needed one, a new (to me) calculator for you
77.948 megatons of TNT **
Ever want to figure out the amount of energy in your gob of matter, say a gallon of 87 octane gasahol were completely converted to energy?. Of course you want it measured in joules. Albert Einstein has given us a formula.
Easy, it is E=mc².
** Example, one gallon of gasoline has the energy of
77.948 megatons of TNT, what the calculator says!
If all it's energy could only be obtained. This calculation is based upon the old saying, a pint's a pound, the world round. Thus the gallon of gasoline would weigh eight pounds, or close enough.
Incidently, a gallon of water has the same potential, how to release all this energy is the question/problem. We need Edison for that.
And that is easy with this new (to me) calculator, just enter your mass number and have at.
Science Life Energy Einstein Energy+Formula Fun
Bookmark it and you can always have it. I really don't need to do this anymore, so at first I didn't even try it out.
(The link) or
Are you trying to compete with the Useless Man?
You are doing a p*ss p**r job if that is what you are trying to do.
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