Hi guys, first ever post. My question is if light travels at the same speed regardless of its wavelength, doesnt this statement seem to contradict itself? If the light simply travelled in a straight line then sure, but different wavelengths i would think mean that a greater distance would have to be travelled, if it was going the same speed in one direction as light with a shorter wavelength. Ofcourse maybe i have misinterpreted something as i am not super educated on the subject (I have a HNC in eletrical engineering) and obviously light has all sorts of properties that are unique to it. Is there a flaw in my question or is there something else at play? Very good forum btw everyone!