A photon or electromagnetic wave has the speed of light in vacuum and the distance, from the photons point of view, then becomes zero. The photon is then an energy exchange between particle A and particle B, and it is from the photons view at startpoint A and endpoint B at the same time. And it has to be connected to the startpoint A and endpoint B at the same time. If there is no endpoint B, there is no connection and no photon. Then the photon is a continuous electromagnetic wave between two particles, transferring energy and information. And photons can’t be emitted randomly into empty space, but has to have a receiver. Like a plasma particle, planet, a star etc. Is this logically valid? I guess this is a far better version of, if a tree falls in the forest and there is no one around to hear it, does it then make a sound? And I just can’t disprove this version, can you?