I am a little confused by movement. It is difficult to explain, but here goes. Say I have a needle which is almost touching a pane of glass, so close if fact that the smallest movement toward the pane would result in the needle touching it. My confusion is, if the needle has to move to touch the pane then is has some distance to travel to get there. The distance can always be divided down. The point when it is not touching does not seem to naturally flow to the point when it is. You could say 'one more billionth of a millimetre movement this time and it is there'.But that would not be the case, as first it has to travel half that, and half that distance before that. I picture moving anything in my mind's eye and always feel that the initial movement is going to be 'jerky', or missing some initial movement out. Can anyone understand what I mean, I do find it hard to elaborate properly. I just feel movement, and time also, do not flow properly. Kev.