E=mc2 Chapter 13 E=mc2
Here it is the chapter 13 "E=mc2".
Einstein's formula is quite known: E = m c 2. In the formula, 'E' is the energy, 'm' is the mass, & 'c' is the speed of light.
It is dimensionally consistent, & does not depend on any specific system of measurement.
In physics, the formula is known as the concept of mass/energy.
I developed this metaphorical approach to foster my trainees to a wider interpretation of the complex issue of working with a person-in-need. I call it the "relatively special approach": the Essence of a person can be seen as the product of the Multiple aspect of its own personality & the Context in which the person lives in ...