Actually if the one beam of light is your reference frame you are not looking from and inertial frame. Because you are not in an inernertial frame you would be unable to tell the speed that the other beem is traveling at. So it is not realy a loophole
Originally posted by Sean
Well saying they'll be really old isn't accurate. It slows down time as you experience it. It's all in Einsteins theory of relativity. Just a relativity question: It is theoretically impossible to move faster than light. RElative to what? If two rays of light pass eachother, relative too the other one, the first will be travelling at 332,000 miles per second (600,000 km / second) - twice the speed of light. Is that a relativity loophole?