E = mc2
It is written:
"Einstein proved that man can convert matter into energy."
then you hear physicists groan:
"M" doesn't stand for "matter" It stands for mass.
"E" does stand for energy, but it's not the "energy" of Aristotle.
Energy and mass are not "convertable": they are a logical equivalence.
PERCEPTION . . . IMAGINATION . . . METAPHOR . . . MATHEMATICS . . . MAGIC
|MATHEMATICS—PATTERNS OF PATTERNS Mass is an abstraction related to forces and interactions of matter with matter.||
Just what is this "deeper" level of abstraction?
What is science?
These are pervasive, persistent, and prescientific misconceptions built into much science education.