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Light exhibits behaviour consistent with being both a particle and a wave. The basic quantum unit of light, the photon, is both a particle of zero mass and a transmitter or carrier of the electromagnetic force.
With the appearance of the first photon arose the necessity for the continguent emergence of time and multi-dimensional space. However in accordance with the principles of time dilation, which states that distance shortens and time slows down as one approaches the speed of light, photons bridge the divide between an infinitude of nothingness and an infinitessimally small something. Bursting forth from the singlarity of a point source the photon’s discreteness splays out in all directions, first one dimensionally, then two-dimensionally, then three, reaching out to all four quarters of space in its race to be everywhere in one timeless moment only known to itself.