Authors: Colin James III
We test counter examples of conditions for the speed of light as s: If possibly c is not equivalent to s, and c is less than or greater than s, then: (1.2) If possibly c is not equivalent to s, and possibly c is less than or greater than s, then: (1.3) If possibly c is equivalent to s, or possibly c is less than or greater than s, then: (1.4) The result is that E=mc^2 not tautologous after all.
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