What you are missing is the location of the photon at any given instant is not relative to anything else. All other particles are relative to the photon. That is why the speed of light is used in relativistic gamma. This is the absolute maximum speed limit. As an absolute it can't be reached by massive particles. Since everything else's velocity is measured in relation to this absolute then the photon must map to an absolute frame.Photons do not define a frame of reference. The laws of physics are the same in any inertial frame of reference, but not in a photon frame since photons always move at c relative to any frame. They cannot be at rest.
Photons do not define any particular 'frame' since while they may all have the same speed, they have very different velocities.
You seem to have stopped asking questions.
If you are asserting these things, then this topic belongs in new theories. If you're not asserting them, then read the replies and don't suggest that things are being missed.
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