The Speed( I am using this term to enable every one to understand this) is **299,792,458 metres per second**,

This is equal to the Speed of Gravity.

Speed of Light is equal to Speed of Gravity(+ or – 1%)

The Speed of Light, according to Newton is Infinite.

That is you can not comprehend because there are innumerable Digits,’ it is limitless.

Zero can not be comprehended because there is nothing to comprehend.( some say “A positive or negative number when divided by zero is a fraction with the zero as denominator”

So in terms of Comprehending Infinity is as comprehensible as Zero is.

Therefore Infinity is equal to Zero.

Speed of Light is Infinite.

Therefore, Speed of Light is equal to Zero.

I am aware of the Logical Fallacy of undistributed Middle is present in my argument.

So do the Scientist theories!

We take Science because it is convenient.

We do not question it.

Then why not God?

* Follow Theory of Relativity, it is more fun .

Newtonian Gravity.

Therefore the theory assumes the speed of gravity to be infinite. This assumption was adequate to account for all phenomena with the observational accuracy of that time. It was not until the 19th century that an anomaly in astronomical observations which could not be reconciled with the Newtonian gravitational model of instantaneous action was noted.

Relativity Gravity.

General relativity predicts that gravitational radiation should exist and propagate as a wave at lightspeed: a slowly evolving and weak gravitational field will produce, according to general relativity, effects like those of Newtonian gravitation.

Infinity.

**Infinity** (symbol: **∞**) is an abstract concept describing something *without any limit* and is relevant in a number of fields, predominantly mathematics and physics. The English word *infinity* derives from Latin *infinitas*, meaning *“the state of being without finish”*, and which can be translated as “unboundedness”, itself calqued from the Greek word *apeiros*, meaning “endless”

The Indian mathematical text Surya Prajnapti (c. 3rd–4th century BCE) classifies all numbers into three sets: enumerable, innumerable, and infinite. Each of these was further subdivided into three orders:

- Enumerable: lowest, intermediate, and highest
- Innumerable: nearly innumerable, truly innumerable, and innumerably innumerable
- Infinite: nearly infinite, truly infinite, infinitely infinite

In the Indian work on the theory of sets, two basic types of infinite numbers are distinguished. On both physical and ontological grounds, a distinction was made between *asaṃkhyāta* (“countless, innumerable”) and *ananta* (“endless, unlimited”), between rigidly bounded and loosely bounded infinities.

Minecraft can be a great tool for visualizing complicated subjects, such as the speed of light (aka “c”). Using a straight track and simple math, we can see how the universe might be limiting speeds for very fast things, such as light.

The “doors” metaphor is admittedly, imperfect. While they do limit speed outside of “acceleration”, they falsely imply that there is something “in space” that slows things down, which does not appear to be the case at the moment. The actual mechanisms that limit objects to light speed will be the topic for a future video. (Hint: It has to do with time!)

Zero.

The rules governing the use of zero appeared for the first time in Brahmagupta‘s book *Brahmasputha Siddhanta (The Opening of the Universe)*,^{[25]} written in 628 AD. Here Brahmagupta considers not only zero, but negative numbers, and the algebraic rules for the elementary operations of arithmetic with such numbers. In some instances, his rules differ from the modern standard. Here are the rules of Brahmagupta:^{[25]}

- The sum of zero and a negative number is negative.
- The sum of zero and a positive number is positive.
- The sum of zero and zero is zero.
- The sum of a positive and a negative is their difference; or, if their absolute values are equal, zero.
- A positive or negative number when divided by zero is a fraction with the zero as denominator.
- Zero divided by a negative or positive number is either zero or is expressed as a fraction with zero as numerator and the finite quantity as denominator.
- Zero divided by zero is zero.

In saying zero divided by zero is zero, Brahmagupta differs from the modern position. Mathematicians normally do not assign a value to this, whereas computers and calculators sometimes assign NaN, which means “not a number.” Moreover, non-zero positive or negative numbers when divided by zero are either assigned no value, or a value of unsigned infinity, positive infinity, or negative infinity.

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