Please feel free to move this to the correct forum. After doing some reading, I've found that Electromagnetic radiation travels at the speed of light in a vacuum. EMR also travels in the path of a wave. Whereas, light and/or light photons travel in the path of a straight line. Having said that, the path of the wave will have a greater distance of travel from point A to point B than would a straight line. Therefore, I have to conclude that Electromagnetic radiation actually travels faster than the speed of light, at least in a vacuum. Would this be true..?