An ancient greek philosopher, an ancient greek hero, and Shrodenger's cat walk into a bar. Ok, forget the cat. The philosopher gets so drunk that he decides to prove to the hero that he cant reach the finish line of a 100 meter dash because he would have to go half the remaining distance an infinite number of times. Now, we all know that the philosopher's reasoning was purposefully flawed, but DO WE KNOW FOR CERTAIN that movement is possible in a universe where distance is not quantized? After all, we haven't got such a universe to experiment on. Do we know for certain that a complex universe where distance and time are NOT quantized could even have self consistent rules? If the answer is yes, do we know that such a universe could support life? As a side note: an exercise left for the reader's calculator, how many times would the hero have to go half the distance before he got a planck length from the finish line? Bonus points for the person who has to press the fewest buttons to find the answer.