Hey all, I have a quick question about distance and relativity. L=L(proper)/(gamma) Now if you are dealing something that is actually going to speed of light (like light itself), gamma = 1/0. If we bring limits into the mess gamma = infinity. This would make L (the distance of the object to the moving observer) 0. Does this mean that light doesn't "expierience" distance? Such as, to light, is it the same distance from the US to China as it is from one end of the galaxy to the other?