How to get huge amount of knowledge

In this world, the two main important things for human beings are knowledge and money. In the other way, knowledge is also a money. If you have an enough amount of knowledge, you can convert your knowledge in to money. So getting a large amount of knowledge is indirectly getting a large amount of money if you are able to transform that knowledge in to money. Therefore, by getting a huge amount of knowledge you can have both the two important things: knowledge and money at the same time. So, the important question is how to get huge amount of knowledge.

The famous Einestein formula E=mc^2 shows the relationship between mass and energy where the conversion factor is c^2 i.e we can create a huge amount of energy with a small amount of mass. For example, using 1 kg of mass we can create 9×10^16 J of energy, which is very large. Like this, if it is possible, how to get a huge amount of knowledge is also an interesting idea.
To answer the above question(How to get a huge amount of knowledge?), let us derive the formula for knowledge.

To get a knowledge, you have to read a book, or learn at school, or from your experience, … In general, knowledge is a function of reading, learning, experience and many other factors.
Knowledge=f(reading, learning, experience, …)
say you want to get a knowledge by reading, so in order to get some knowledge you must read for some period of time with some level of concentration. During reading, it is obvious that you must loose some amount of energy and in response you get a knowledge. Also it is known that thought is energy. When you thought, you are releasing energy to the universe in the form of wave having some wavelength. So the more you read (release more energy) the more knowledge you get. And if you read for long period of time, you will get more knowledge. From this, we can write mathematically as follows:
knowledge, G ∝ E
knowledge, G ∝ T
This implies, G=kET
G – knowledge
E – Energy
T – time duration(period)
k – proportionality constant
i.e To get G amount of knowledge, you need to release E amount of energy for T time duration with k level of concentration.
Substituting the Einestein formula, E=mc^2 in to the above formula yields
G = kmc^2T
where m is the mass of thought and c is the speed of light.
i.e If you are able to think as fast as speed of light, you are able to get G=kmc^2T amount of huge knowledge.
In the above formula, what is the problem is thoughts do not have mass.
From modern physics, we know that even massless particles like photons do have energy. It is known that thoughts are massless but they have energy. So let us derive the energy formula for massless particles since in our case thoughts do not have mass.

E=mc^2 where the relativistic mass, m=m0/(1-v^2/c^2)^1/2
=>E^2 = m0/(1-v^2/c^2)c^4
=>E^2(1-v^2/c^2) = m0c^4
=>E^2-E^2v^2/c^2 = m0c^4
=>E^2-(mc^2)^2v^2/c^2 = m0c^4
=>E^2 – m^2c^4v^2/c^2 = m0c^4
=>E^2 – m^2v^2c^2 = m0c^4 ; But P=mv where P is momentum
=>E^2 – P^2c^2 = m0C^4
=>E^2 = P^2c^2 + m0c^4 ;for massless particle, since the rest mass, m0=0, then m0c^4=0
=>E^2 = (Pc)^2
=>E=Pc for massless particles like photon.

The above derivation is what I have known from my modern physics course and available in any modern physics books. That is why I put in the quotes since it is not my original derivation.

Now substitute E=Pc in the knowledge formula

G = kPcT

G – knowledge
k – constant that determines concentration level and varies between 0 and 1
P – momentum of thoughts
c – speed of light
T – time duration

So, if you are able to think in speed of light, for time duration, T with k level of concentration, you will get kPcT amount of huge knowledge.
Now the answer for the above question is clear.
How to get a huge amount of knowledge?
The answer is by thinking as fast as speed of light.

The above formula may work for those who are able to think as fast as speed of light like scientists.
But most of us do not think as fast as speed of light. So as a result we do not get that huge amount of knowledge.
Let us derive another formula of knowledge for those who can’t think as fast as speed of light.

From black body radiation we know that the amount of energy emitted/absorbed by an oscillator is proportional to its frequency, then the oscillator energy is given by
E = hf
h=6.626*10^-34 Js – Plank’s constant
f – frequency of oscillation

So when some body thinks s/he emits energy of E=hf
Substituting E=hf in the formula of knowledge yields

G = khfT

G – knowledge
k – constant that determines concentration level and varies between 0 and 1
h – Plank’s constant
f – frequency of thought
T – time duration

Therefore, the amount of knowledge absorbed/emitted by thinking for T time duration with k level of concentration is given by G = khfT. The general knowledge formula is shown in as follows.

The unit of knowledge
Since I have defined knowledge = energy x time, the unit for knowledge must be Js.
Also from Plank’s constant, h=6.626×10^-34 Js. From this we get:
1 Js = 1/(6.626×10^-34) h = 1.509×10^33 h
Since 1 Js in terms of Plank’s constant, h is a huge value, it is better to use h as a unit of knowledge.
Therefore, using the above relationship between Js and h, it is possible to measure knowledge by h.

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  • Hameroha
    December 12, 2014

    Any comment on the idea or derivation of the formula of knowledge is highly appreciated.

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