the whole idea is that matter, already "going around & around" near c, cannot be pushed *in aggregate* to c, and it takes more & more energy to get closer, and closer, and closer, and closer.
you have only to look at the accelerators, to see how much energy is required to get particles to go near c -- never "@c," and the accelerations are never over whole seconds, as you seem to imagine is required.
I mean, even light only approaches c, the more rarified the vacuum is; there is no "absolute" vacuum, although Pascal thought that that was what he found.
Okay; you're not going to answer any of this; you're just going to either a) say how great you are, the best-ever, or b) insult me, because I bother with you. it's sort of like communicating in binary, zeroes & ones ... or, in your case, ones & minus ones.