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Christophe Grandsire wrote:
> In that sense E=mc^2 is a misquote: it refers to a special case of
> the correct formula where it is nonsensical to use this formula at all!

I wouldn't consider it a misquote, only a simplification where, as you
put it, velocity equals zero.  And indeed, at velocities that are low
relative to the speed of light, it's a very good approximation.

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