I stumbled upon an interview of

**Boyd Bushman**.. {who seems to have worked for Lockheed Martin, Hughes, etc etc... has a wiki page on him(??) }

In that he said somethings which were good enough to spark interest in high school physics...although a couple of mistakes viz. Lenz law analogy to anti-grav were present as well.

But something which caught my attention was that he said.. if we substitute

**e=mc^2**in

**Newton's Binomial equation**... we get 4 fundamental forces along with 3 or 4 unknown forces.. (anti-grav might be one of them.. i intrepeted ..)

Now I am no maths guru to scrutinize the statement ... but as far as my meagre math skill goes.. i was just able to get mc2 + (1/2 v^2 )m +(1/4 v^4)m... etc.. of which i could recognize only kinetic energy and mass-energy equiv. .. i couldnt see gravity or electric force equations in familiar form.

could someone second the calculations?

Please note my

**topic is not to ask if he is true**or fake... but merely wanting to know

**abt the Newton's Binomial expansion for E=mc2 and its feasibility.**

**Edited by rambler, 28 November 2012 - 01:59 PM.**