Do these equations make any sense?
$E = mc²$
$E = h.f$
$ f = \frac{1}{\Delta t} $
f = Frequency
$$ c² = \frac{d²}{t²} $$
$$ c² = \frac{d²}{t} * \frac{1}{t} $$
if $\Delta t$ is equal to $t$, then we have E=mc², if different, we have $E =m . \frac{d²}{t} . f$
Equaling both Energy Equations:
$$h.f = m.c²$$
$$h.f = m . \frac{d²}{t} . f$$
$$h = m.\frac{d²}{t}$$
$h = d².\frac{m}{t}$ => happens to be the same units of Plancks Constant.
$m²\frac{kg}{s}$
Throwing "h" again in the formula of E = h.f:
$$ E = d².\frac{m}{t}.f$$
OR
$$ E = m.\frac{d²}{t} . f$$
That could be also seen as:
$$ E = m. \frac{d²}{t} . \frac{1}{\Delta t} $$
IF, $\Delta t$ is equal to t:
$$E = m.\frac{d²}{t²}$$
and since $v² = \frac{d²}{t²}$ and $c² = v²$:
$$ E = mc² $$
Is there something wrong with these equations?