Galloping Galoshes: On the right side of the equation, yeah, as v approaches c, c2-v2 approaches 0, so both the numerator and denominator go to 0 as well. I always understood that 0/0 was undefined. I also thought that as v approached c, m became infinite. Or was I misinformed?
starsrift: ...Or, wait. Since apparently everyone with a professional interest in the subject is reading it, maybe we should see it denounced by someone other than a guy who "really [has] no idea what he's trying to do".
DeltaPunch: get 0/0 which is zero
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