Forgive me if this has been answered elsewhere on the forums, or if there really is an answer out there. I am a High School student and have been bothered by this problem for quite some time, so I was wondering if someone here could possibly help. Please though, I'm just a High School student, so there may be problems in this :). Okay, a photon in motion would have both infinite energy and infinite mass. The infinite mass and the acceleration of the photon would warp the fabrics of space-time, creating an incredibly high ammount of sub-atomic blackholes. The power of an infinite mass black hole, multiplied by the trillions plus photons just here on earth, would spread out, causing everything exposed to light to be "sucked" into the blackhole, thus causing light to be a destructive force. However, light does not do this. My question is (if everything so far is valid)-why does light not do this? Thank you :).