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If the observerSo the theory does apply, since if I were to suppose an observer were moving at c, the theory will tell me what this means? For example, as v approaches c, γ approaches ∞, so if we were to consider the total energy of an observer of mass m with speed c,

E = γmc^{2}= ∞

Thus, in order to be moving at c, the observer must have a total amount of energy that is infinite, but it is impossible to transfer an infinite amount of energy to any massive object since this would contradict the Law of Conservation of Energy.