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[tex]L=L_0\sqrt{1-\frac{V^2}{c^2}}[/tex]

where L0 is the rest frame distance; L is the relativ contracted distance; V is the velocity of the frame.

But what if V=c or we have the photon's point of view?

Then every distance contracts to zero meaning that from the very instance of its creation the photon is already every where. This is only possible if c=infinity or the light transmition is instant. The c=infinity can only be result of direct change of charge(the wave nature) or direct change of the mass (the particle nature). If it happens then the changes affect the rest of the universe instantly.

What about it?