Because no matter where it's at after travelling, it has not travelled infinite spaces. — elucid
To move infinite amount of spaces, infinite amount of time is required. — elucid
Not if you are moving infinitely fast. If your speed is infinite over any amount of time, then you will have moved an infinite distance. — SophistiCat
↪fishfry By "any amount" I do not mean zero, of course - I thought that would be obvious. — SophistiCat
It is not possible for anything with a starting point to move infinitely fast per finite amount of time. — elucid
Under Newtonian mechanics, perhaps. But not in other imaginable, mathematically consistent universes.To move infinite amount of spaces, infinite amount of time is required. — elucid
Depends on the frame of reference. There are temporal paradoxes to consider with this.To move infinite amount of spaces, infinite amount of time is required. — elucid
In special relativity the speed of light is finite. — fishfry
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