## Reality as Numerical Frequency Means E=MC2 is Incorrect?

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### Reality as Numerical Frequency Means E=MC2 is Incorrect?

If reality is composed of numerical frequencies than is E=MC2 wrong? This is my argument as to why E=MC2 is wrong, according to this premise. Opinions? Criticisms?

-Numerical degrees contain as an element an ethereal primitive, as numerical degrees are composed of both abstract and physical elements through curvature.
nd ∈ ᚦ

-All numerical degrees are equal in definition to abstract realities because all numerical degrees reflect abstract realities.
(∀nd)≜[A] ∵ ∀nd ≡ [A]

-All abstract realities reflect Physical realities therefore numerical reflect physical realities.
∀ [A]≡[P] ∴ nd ≡ [P]

-Physical curvature manifests energy because mass times the speed of light squared.
([P]∮ → E) ∵ MC2

-Numerical degrees reflect physical realities. This manifests numerical degrees as equal in definition to Physical reality.
(nd≡[P]) → (nd≜[P])

-Numerical degrees are equal in definition to physical realities therefore numerical degrees are equal in definition to energy.
(nd≜[P]) ∴ (nd≜E)

-Numerical degrees are equal in definition to energy. This manifests Abstract realities as equal in definition to energy.
(nd≜E) → ([A]≜E)

-All numerical degrees exist if and only if they are abstract and physical realities. All of this manifests energy.
(∀nd↔x) → E

-All numerical degrees are equal in definition to energy, therefore numerical degrees reflect the speed of light.
(∀nd≜E) ∴ (nd≡C)

-The speed of light is congruent in structure to a probabilistic density because of it’s composition as a wave particle duality.
(C≅ϕ) ∵ ⟨⇶|Φ⟩

-All probability densities are approximate.
∀ϕ= (≈)

-Numerical degrees are equal to the speed of light if and only if the numerical degrees reflect a physical nature ideally as flux.
nd=C ↔ nd ≡ ([P] ▻ Δ)

+The speed of light contains only and element of flux because all flux is equal in definition to (a) probabilism (probabilistic densities).
C∋Δ ∵ Δ≜ϕ

-Numerical degrees are greater than the speed of light if and only if the numerical degrees reflect and abstract nature ideally as stability (deficiency in change).
nd>C ↔ nd ≡ ([A] ▻ ◻)

Numerical degrees contain as an element a duality of stability and flux through reflections of a dualism of abstract and physical reality.
(nd ∋ ⟨◻|Δ⟩) → (nd ≡ ⟨A|P⟩

All numerical degrees are equal to or greater than the speed of light.
∀nd ≥ C

All numerical degrees are greater than or equal to the speed of light therefore energy does not equal mass times the speed of light squared as it is not strictly (only) physical.
∀nd≥C ∴ E≠MC2

An ethereal primitive or dimension would be equal to or greater than the speed of light because all numerical degrees are equal in definition to all abstract and physical realities. An abstract reality, would in theory be greater than the speed of light as abstractions are not subject to speed. All physical realities, from a perspective of speed only are equal to the speed of light as it will be assumed they are composed of light waves.
(ᚦ≥C) ∵ (∀nd≜∀[A][P])

Energy is equal in definition to numerical degrees.
E≜(nd)

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