Um this has a very good possibility of being a dumb question, and I don’t think I’m going to word it right, but last night I was wondering what makes light go so fast. Everyone is always telling me how the speed of light is constant and that light is really made up of these little particles called photons. Okay so I believe that but what is it that makes these photons move so fast. I mean to move I have to burn ATP to make my myosin and actin filaments ratchet up each other, and for a car to move it has to release the energy in carbon-hydrogen bonds. But what does light have to do it seems that these little particles just move around really fast for no apparent reason. Where is the motor for light? Okay thats my question see ya later.