Right off the bat I see a glaring error that pervades your work: zero divided by zero is NOT infinity; it's undefined. You can set this by rearranging the equations:
1 x 0 =0 and 2 x 0 = 0
The first can be rearranged to 0/0 = 1, and the second to 0/0= 2. Which one is correct? Well, both are, and neither are. In general whereas dividing a non-zero number by 0 will yield plus or minus infinity, dividing 0 by 0 does not. Consequently all your equations that try to make use of 0/0 = infinity are in error.
Your premise is that the speed of light 'c' is not constant. So you end up talking about situations where E=m^2 yields E = 0 for non-zero values of m Do you have any evidence to back up the idea that c could equal zero?
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Last edited by ChipB; Aug 22nd 2016 at 02:04 PM.
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