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# rpasken@eas.slu.edu , You have made comments that Momentum is not Conserved in my PAPER. It is not CORRECT. It is explained in 100 Years of E=mc2

 P: n/a rp*****@eas.slu.edu , You have made comments that Momentum is not Conserved in my PAPER. It is not CORRECT. It is explained in 100 Years of E=mc2 rp*****@eas.slu.edu Robert Pasken Department of Earth and AtmosphericSciences Saint Louis University 3507 Laclede Avenue St.Louis, MO 63103 See how Momentum is conserved in my paper. All references are given in the end. Part I General meaning , explained in 11th class Physics. The law of momentum conservation, * In an isolated system, the momentum of system must be conserved.* Mathematically implies that Initial Momentum = Final Momentum mu=mv (1) As mass remains same in classical mechanics. So u=v which is Newtonâs First law of motion. Application of momentum conservation. When body emits energy ( in this cases light energy) then it recoils .Thus it is used to calculate the velocity of recoil. It can be applied to following two cases. ------ Light bullet fired from TOY Gun, system remains at rest. ( body does not recoil with noticeable velocity, it tends to recoil) The velocity cam be calculated but may be of the order of 1/100000000000000000000000000000000000 m/s or 10-^40m/s This case resembles with Einsteinâs two waves of equal energy emitted in opposite directions. -----Shot fired from gun, gun moves backward. the velocity can be calculated from conservation of momentum i.e. initial momentum =final momentum Vrecoil = mv/M ~ 5m/s (say) Thus after emission of energy BODY MAY REMAIN AT REST OR MOVE, the Momentum is Conserved. It is basic physics of 11th standard. If some one does not want to understand this then it his problem. Einstein did all calculation under Classical conditions of velocity (v < 