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Many of the equations in Relativity reduce to their classical versions in the limit as the speed of light becomes infinite (Example: Hamiltons equations). So is it possible that the equation:
E = mc^2
is telling us that rest mass (particles) can't exist in a universe with an infinite upper speed limit? Does it tell us that there would be no physics in such a world? (You either have infinite energy or zero)?
E = mc^2
is telling us that rest mass (particles) can't exist in a universe with an infinite upper speed limit? Does it tell us that there would be no physics in such a world? (You either have infinite energy or zero)?