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'c' is what it is, and what relativity builds on Nam
Tell me when you find out what it was about, I'm as intrigued as you there.
You can calculate c from the properties of a vacuum.Since a vacuum can't really have a frame of reference*, the properties of that vacuum must be invariant. So c must also be invariant.* in that nothing can't "know" where it is or how fast it is moving.