Had a question about a equation

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In summary, the conversation discusses the concept of photons being postulated as anti-energy and how this affects the understanding of spacetime and light speed. It is suggested that the constant anti-energy charge of photons and the charge of spacetime due to collapsed stars can explain the speed of light. The equation of c=at is proposed, with two possible solutions. It is also mentioned that in practical applications, the math would work out differently. Additionally, it is clarified that photons do not accelerate and always travel at the speed of light.
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if photons were postulated to be anti energy.and spacetime was energy from normal matter that charged spacetime when a stars matter hit the singularity and was converted into energy.photons would have constant anti energy charge that did'nt change.spacetime would have a charge relavent to the amount of energy in the star that collapsed.so light speed would be caused by anti energy repelling against spacetime.so c=at.you get this by using f=ma.replace the force f with at.you get at=ma.since a photons speed is known you make a=c.so you get at=mc.also since photons have no rest mass m=0 so it drops out.you get c=at.or if you wait to make m=0 and rearrange the equation first you get,at/c=m.then you make m=0.then you get at/c.so you have two solutions.so you get a^2t^2=c^2.if you replace c in relativity e=mc^2 with at you'd get e=ma^2t^2.or if you or you make it e=ma^2t^2/c^2.you also get e/a^2=mt^2,e/ma^2=t^2e/mt^2=a^2.how would the math work out in practical applications?
 
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When was a photon postulated to be anti-energy? It is postulated that the photon is its own anti-particle, which is entirely different. What this means is that if you solve certain formulas for a particle and end up with a photon, finding the equivalent anti-particle will also yield the photon.

One last thing, photons DO NOT accelerate. If a photons speed changes, it must cease to exist. ALL photons travel at c in vacuo and they do so without acceleration. If photons did accelerate, they could never achieve light speed.
 
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The concept of photons being postulated as anti-energy and spacetime being charged by the matter of a collapsing star is an interesting idea. However, it is important to note that this is just a hypothetical scenario and has not been proven or accepted in the scientific community.

As for the equations and calculations presented, they seem to be based on assumptions and theoretical concepts rather than empirical evidence. Therefore, it is difficult to say how these equations would work in practical applications. In order for these equations to be applicable, the concept of photons being anti-energy and spacetime being charged by matter would need to be supported by solid evidence and accepted by the scientific community.

Furthermore, the equations presented also seem to be oversimplified and do not take into account other factors such as the effects of gravity and the behavior of particles at the quantum level. In order for these equations to be applicable in practical applications, they would need to be further developed and tested through experiments and observations.

In conclusion, while the concept of photons being anti-energy and its relationship with spacetime is an interesting idea, it is important to approach it with caution and further research is needed to fully understand its implications and potential applications.
 

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