My question is regarding if the "speed of light" 299,792,458 m/s should only apply to certain frequencies of light/colors/amplitude and most the medium in which it travels at 299,792,458 m/s . Shouldn't light be broken down into more systems and criterias.
These are just examples and need no further explaining.
Would the extremely energized purple light in a UV frequency travel at the same speed as a light with the lowest frequency of pure orange in a vacuum?
another example if I held a laser device with the capabilities to reach the earth's moon that would be (the lasers Z axis), then I moved the laser's beam to the opposite region of the night's sky (the lasers Y axis) and it only took 1 second I manually broke the speed of light by speeds far beyond the "speed of the light" the fastest speed achievable in physics.
what would this experiment of manually moving lights Z axis to a Y axis at speeds faster than "speed of the light" be classified under and should the speed of light be stated as the fastest speed capable?
Question - Should the "Speed of Light" be the model to explain the highest capable speed achieved by all "LIGHT" or is "The Speed of Light" significant and will only apply not to forget observable if all of these rules are in place that a light will capture the speed of 299,792,458 m/s?
1-The lights trajectory must be an act of nature and not governed or controlled by man.
2-The light must be in a specific medium.
3-The light must be of a certain frequency.
4-This speed of 299,792,458 m/s is the highest speed that physics has observed by light traveling in the X axis only/forward motion.
5-"The Speed of Light" does not apply to all colors.
6-"The Speed of Light is as constant as its potential. All Light derives from a source of energy and infinite energy is incapable. So Light is constant yet limited by time.