That's exactly what I wanted to say.π is a length ratio and thus dimensionless. c is a speed, therefore dimension length / time.
You can only equate them using a constant of correct dimensions, and thus the constant depends on the units.
You could use a speed, divided by c as a speed ratio. This would be dimensionless
but if you put c = c to express it in dimensionless form (to match π), then the equation would become π = 1, which is clearly untrue,
That's a far-fetched thought. You will have to first prove that matter is created by light, and I don't think something heavier can be created by something lighter. And, you are literally breaking the first law of Thermodynamics by that, energy cannot be created nor can it be destroyed!You can not see it by the naked eye the dark photon to be activated in quasar as they create the matters of the galaxy while the photon doing there loops in the event horison.