Head into an oncoming ray of light and you've outrun the speed of light by speeding up, outrunning, time. The light carried observation behind you as you move into the ray of oncoming light, has fallen back, further and further back, in time . . . is falling back in time -- is more and more a history -- behind where you are in relative time further and further out front of that time, 'it' speeding to the rear of [your] time. Light is no solid string, no light saber, but points of time. Photo histories with only the photo, the photon, being the physical point of reality presently. It would take you always standing still in the universe, relative to the universe, for light, for time, from the rear to constantly catch up to you, the now of the universe constantly staying with you, and never be a history relative to you. You would have to occupy all of the space of the universe at once in time (the only problem being all the light, all of the histories, in the universe would go out as if you turned the light switch of the universe to the off position).