I'm REALLY new to relativity and I don't know much... I actually only got an interest in physics after reading Dr. Brian Greene's The Elegant Universe. Anyway, according to relativity, the speed of light c = 3x109 m/s. And the faster you move, the slower time passes. At the speed of light, time stops completely. But the speed of light is the same regardless of your frame of reference... so if that's true, then a photon traveling through a vacuum experiences no time passing... but it still moves, so it's in more than one place at the same time, implying infinite speed. How does this work out? As I said I'm new to the whole concept, so if there's something wrong with my question please let me know.