If photons exist relatively unbounded by time, then does this mean they're outside of time, or experiencing past/present/future all in the same instance? Does this imply that they can match the quantum state of any pair photon/electron within some range, which is based on the charge of the electron photon emission. Then become entangled with them? Because of this, wouldn't this single photon then share energy with every neighboring electron/photon pair of the entangled pair? Creating what we see to be as 'reflection/refraction/absorption'~ etc to be a result of the entangled particles distributing energy. Leaving what my naive mind doesn't understand. ( big mess ) I guess in the end, I just see "zenos' paradox" and fail to understand this. 'Cus photons still travel in a straight line to me.