But hmm...traveling at the speed of light and the Universe is at a standstill?
Ha. By all reasonable accounts, the Universe is some 14 billion years old, give or take, and yet the Universe is some 93 billion light years in diameter, or 46.5 by radius on the horizontal...not sure what the vertical is. We estimate the size based upon light and other things...which means we know light and background radiation gives over the age of the Universe, and yet that same stuff gives over the size of the Universe...seems to be a bit of a discrepancy there.
That means the Universe has expanded faster than the speed of light and time itself...which means you can travel at the speed of light or faster and the Universe is still in motion...
So, my main man, take that into the quantum field and wonder how folk can see the future when it accidentally breaks open a little...or is that on purpose?...hmm...what a strange perception of existence we can concoct when we choose to do so.
All the best in your day!