energy = mass * speed of light squared?

It just seems like an incredible amount of energy in one atom like a mini black hole.

energy/speed of light squared = mass?

It sounds like this would support string theory like energy divided by speed of light squared would equal a mass almost infinititly small in comparision to the size of the atom?

speed of light squared = mass / energy?

speed of light * speed of light = mass / energy?

speed of light = energy / mass / speed of light?

c = square root of energy divided by square root of mass ?

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c=e/m/c solve for c ?

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Now I'm not sure what I'm saying but what I think I'm questioning is if the square root of energy divided by square root of mass it seems the speed of light squared appears to cancel out? Meaning energy divided by matter going the speed of light time cancels out or that time is dependent on how lights speed is factored. Is this why its believed were seeing the past from the present in that time cancels out when energy divided by mass approaches the speed limit of light?

P.S. It just seems that by moving the forumla the speed of mass can be increased if its converted to energy. However when energy/mass approaches the speed of light it cancels out. Like time for the particle of light going at light speed time stands still because mass/energy is moving at the speed of light?

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