How German Theoretical Physicist Albert Einstein Developed the E=MC² Equation

Once Albert Einstein realized that time and space were interconnected and act essentially as the same thing, he realized that energy and mass are interconnected, therefore being essentially the same thing, giving rise to the most famous equation in the world, E = MC² (energy = mass x the speed of light 299,792 kilometers per second squared)...

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