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If Spacetime is continuous then a zero-dimensional classical particle would require infinite time to pass between 2 points in space because between any 2 points there is an infinite number of points but if classical particles have non zero space dimensions then they can move in the space from point to point . also if spacetime is discrete at the smallest scale then classical point particle can move ordinarily from point to point .

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# Point particles moving in continous space

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