Any physics enthusiasts about that could help me with these beginners quandries?

First question: In the equasion E=MC2, C is the speed of light. How can the speed of light be squared since Einstein's special relativity finds that the speed of light it the speed limit of any matter?

Second question: if light moves on waves does that imply that light is moving faster than the speed of light because it is not only going the distance of point A to point B at the speed of light, but it is traveling down the dips and up the hills of the wave which should take longer than a straight trajectory?

Thanks

Darthe

First question: In the equasion E=MC2, C is the speed of light. How can the speed of light be squared since Einstein's special relativity finds that the speed of light it the speed limit of any matter?

Second question: if light moves on waves does that imply that light is moving faster than the speed of light because it is not only going the distance of point A to point B at the speed of light, but it is traveling down the dips and up the hills of the wave which should take longer than a straight trajectory?

Thanks

Darthe

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