chris.ph wrote:the yanks (obviously) are on about putting rail guns on destroyers
raptornx01 wrote:what was the supposed matter to energy ratio for anti-matter weapons? something like 1 kilogram of anti-matter equaling the power of 28,000 hiroshima bombs? or to put it another way, close to the power released when Mt. Saint Helens exploded in 1980.
ChristianBecker wrote:You use the units that come with the stuff in the formula:
m = mass; SI unit of mass is kg
c = speed of light; SI unit of speed is meters per second = m·s⁻¹
So, after putting it together, the units will be kg · m² : s⁻² (s⁻² = 1/s²)
kg times meter squared divided by second squared = Joule, the SI unit for energy.
raptornx01 wrote: like how the famous "Romeo, Romeo, where art thou Romeo" line is never used right since the line is actually asking his name, not where he is
raptornx01 wrote:so no matter the original units for mass used you always convert it to kg?
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