Light traveles a straight line write down the principle in which this is manifested.
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Principle of least action; or more specifically Fermat's principle of least time. The least time traveled at a constant speed (first postulate of special relativity) between two points in a flat geometry is a straight line as can be simply shown with variational calculus.
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