Originally Posted by **Shamino**

I wonder if logical ray-tracing achieves those speeds?

I guess any command can only move as fast as electricity allows...

So I would assume that tracing a beam of light and calculating its reactions to surfaces would be in now way even CLOSE to the speed of light...

90 quadrillion, that is as instantaneous as instantaneous can get.

Are the mathematics involved in physics as arbitrary as languages and words we assign objects?

Because obviously, nothing is calculating the way light reacts to things mathematically, it just happens, instantaneously, or at least at 90 quadrillion (what is it? MPH?)

Or is it? Matrix anyone?