Hey guys! I am new here, and would like to ask a question that has been on my mind for a very long time. I've searched on the internet to find a solution to this question, but have come up with nothing, so I searched for a physics forum which could possibly put my question to rest. Here it is: Between each interval of time, there is an infinite amount of reals between them. e.g. between 1s and 2s, (1.1s, 1.2s, 1.3s, 1.4s.... 2s). even between 1.1s, and 1.2s, (1.1s, 1.12s, 1.13s, 1.14s...1.2s) even between 1.1s, and 1.11s (1.101s, 1.102s, 1.103s...1.1s) and so on. So technically between each interval of time, there has to also be an infinite amount of reals that will never be reached. But then how can we ever even reach 2 seconds from 1 second? How is it possible then that we perceive time as being constant, regardless of relativity.