From the POV of light it shouldnt be moving at all as the closer you get to c the shorter the distance in the axis of direction. As light is at c there is no distance. But then there is no axis of direction either. And light neither moved nor took any "time" to move or not move because time has "stopped" at c. So it is now a particle-wave that seems to be a point outside of time, aka zero dimensional. If I recall light is also a force carrier of EM with no mass (though it does have momentum) and as such when it hits something it ceases to exist and imparts the energy in its momentum to the thing, perhaps nudging an electron up a level. I guess I am just confused. How is light both not moving, teleporting (distance over no time), and taking time to get somewhere? Does this mean that at c the universe itself is zero dimensional? Perhaps what we experience as dimensions is merely interference with quantum fields but really it is all in the same "place". My brain hurts.