Wouldn't the capacitor made by two parallel plates with two different dielectrics have the same contradiction? If not, why not? I think you owe us an explanation. You come in with a topic that has nothing to do with the purposes of this forum with generalities. Personally I think there is no contradiction, and a third year E E student could show why.
Photons have mass: Robert J Martineau's Photodynamics
I don't know if this theory or paper has been discussed before on this board, but I found it fascinating, If true it helps explain some intractable problems with observations about Neutrinos (how can they have mass as proven by oscilations, yet seem to travel only at the speed of light within any measurable precision), as well as give some theoretical understanding of photon behaviour (photon self propulsion, where the photon has the highest at "rest" so accelerates rapidly to c, a lower…