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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi there. Just wondering if the speed of light is wrong for a 3 dimensional universe.

As each photon of light traverses space its velocity is 299 792 458 m/s. And since each photon has a wavelength and amplitude, then the actual distance that each photon travels, depending on its wavelength and amplitude, actually travels a longer distance than the straight line that the speed of light is based on.

Is this assumption correct or do I need to do more research into this.

And if what I have stated is correct then would the wavelength and amplitude of the light wave travel its path because it is encountering something that cannot be seen to give it its wave path. Like an airplane that has a wavelength path if no trimming is done to it as it traverses the gas of the atmosphere.

As each photon of light traverses space its velocity is 299 792 458 m/s. And since each photon has a wavelength and amplitude, then the actual distance that each photon travels, depending on its wavelength and amplitude, actually travels a longer distance than the straight line that the speed of light is based on.

Is this assumption correct or do I need to do more research into this.

And if what I have stated is correct then would the wavelength and amplitude of the light wave travel its path because it is encountering something that cannot be seen to give it its wave path. Like an airplane that has a wavelength path if no trimming is done to it as it traverses the gas of the atmosphere.