07-06-2021, 04:01 AM

When scientists use continuous space there is actually a problem. For example take a line 10 inches long and divide it in half, then with continuous space, each line of 5 inches has an infinite number of points and the 10 inch line also has an infinite number of points. Does that actually compute? No, I don't think so. That's an example of infinities within infinity. And the size of the points must be zero length or the lines would be infinitely long. And zero times any number is still zero. So again a messy problem.

If instead space is "pixelated" with a smallest possible pixel size larger than zero, then when a line is divided each line will contain less points than the original line. The "paradox" resolved.

If instead space is "pixelated" with a smallest possible pixel size larger than zero, then when a line is divided each line will contain less points than the original line. The "paradox" resolved.