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m=vd (v=volume, d=density),

mass>>energy>>space (v)

Volume and density of what?

Not generally.

how can this be proved?

It's clear by dimensional analysis. You can't say "mass is greater than volume."1 kilogram of water is equal to 1 litre of water (very nearly)1 tonne of water is greater than 1 litre of water1 gram of water is less than 1 litre of water.So mass is numerically greater, less, or the same depending on what units you use.It's like comparing apples and oranges.

The formulas I used are well known, tested and confirmed. No one can argue about them.

They do show that' space is the result of mass / energy conversion and that is why the universe is expanding. The space converted is governed by relativity.

of the mass converted

Yes.And the formula does not apply to anything else.

We are only considering a mass converting into energy here.

And everywhere else- where mass is not being converted to energy- the formula does not apply.How could it?

V is proportional to E and inversely proportional to d. An object with higher d has higher E and hence the comparison you made is not accurate

We are only considering a mass converting into energy here. This energy is then converted to space. We are talking about Energy to Space transformation. The formula generally indicates that space is a product of energy conversion.