English Major Translation: Knows little to less about physics. However, I have a question for some of you who DO know... I realize that it's all theory and that we can know what happens AT the speed of light, but I'm wondering this: Is it possible for only one singular light particle/wave thing (photon?? see, I told you I knew nothing), travelling at the speed of light, to exist, and simply be in all places at once? This may sound inane... but if time stops relative tothe particle, then it, technically, COULD be everywhere at once, and perhaps there is only one particle in the entire universe... hmm... for that matter, why does it take any time, in our eyes, for light to travel anywhere? I mean, it has a speed, right? Which implies that time is NOT stopped relative to the light... or is it that it's not actually going C, because it's not in vaccuum? So, what part am I getting wrong, here? El.