So, recently watched a video that ended with the idea that the universe is limited in what it can do and is digital. I would like to disagree. Why does light have to be the limiting speed of everything? I understand that the Hadron Collider has accelerated particles to very near the speed of light speeds and that they have gained mass. The photon is nearly massless and goes the speed of light naturally. I would like to say that the photon is simply special, but that is not good enough for me. Then, I go into wave particle duality and think about how it works both ways. So, couldn't the way a light still travels its normal speed even if something else is traveling the speed of light be a result of the protons feeding off of the the speed of the object's particles which end up allowing the object to exist to produce the light. Waves and particles happening at the same time kind of. So, the speed of light is relative to my speed, but the light is moving its natural speed plus the speed of the object projecting the light. What would happen if the light emitting object was suspended in the air and not affected by the speed of anything around it? Finally, what if the neutrino scare that happened where it was clocked going faster than light supports the Higgs-Boson's existence in a sense that the mass of the neutrino was less than a photon (freak occurrence) and it was teleported from where matter is created and destroyed (I believe it exists and am referring to it as the Well of Creation) in the same manner as electrons teleport, had this very low mass ("undetectable") led to a very high speed (faster than light) and only lasted for the few extremely short moments it took the neutrino to move past Earth after ehich it picked up mass and lost speed? I am a very curious and purely idealistic 15 year old who loves physics, but has very little background knowledge on the math and other aspects, but enjoys playing with the ideas of it all. If the things I think of come across as childish and ill-explained, it is because they are. I simply wish to learn, so someone help me out and let me know the solidity of this idea.